Catching up with some good things

Mark Meadows is now under investigation with North Carolina’s Department of Justice and Board of Elections, for fraudulent voter registration by using the address of a mobile home he never owned, rented, or lived in.

From Marc Elias, I grabbed this: Arkansas judge rules from the bench and STRIKES DOWN 4 voter suppression laws, ruling that they violate the state constitution.

From President Biden: Experian, Equifax and TransUnion announced that they’ll no longer record most medical debt on credit reports. This is a step in the right direction, thanks to @CFPB. We’ll keep fighting for consumers – from increasing transparency to preventing surprise billing and more.

From AP: A federal judge has ruled that former Kentucky clerk Kim Davis (remember her?) violated the constitutional rights of two same-sex couples when she refused to issue marriage licenses for them. Her refusal briefly landed her in jail in 2015.

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