Information Roundup: Infrastructure, equal pay, and one other Georgia Republican plan to thwart state voters

After Georgia Secretary of State Ben Raffensperger refused Trump’s requests to overturn state election results, Georgia Republicans are responding with a bill that would grant themselves new powers to do what Trump was demanding.

In today’s news: Georgia Republicans are making yet another attempt to legalize the partisan election stealing that Donald Trump demanded after his loss. It’s Equal Pay Day, the day American women working full-time catch up, on average, to what American men made in pay during 2020. (That’s right: nearly three extra months of work.) And Democrats are pushing forward with a new American infrastructure plan after four years of Republican efforts falling flat.

Here’s some of what you may have missed:

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