Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey is "now embroiled in a heated debate over a wave of Republican legislation that would effectively make it harder for people to vote, including many Black voters, in some
states," per The New York Times.
After one such law was passed in Georgia, where the company is headquartered, Coca-Cola -- through Quincey -- came out against it, "as it makes it
harder for people to vote, not easier.”
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