The Supreme Court finished its session prior to the July 4 holiday with the decision the MOMocrats were dreading: the 6-3 conservative majority essentially gutted what was left of the Voting Rights Act. This comes during an avalanche of new voting restrictions in GOP-led states that would not only discourage the kind of turnout that won Democrats the 2020 election, but could make it easier for red state legislatures to overturn results they don’t like.

MOMocrats Karoli, Aliza Worthington, and Donna Schwartz Mills discuss how Democrats may break the Senate impasse that prevents passage of the For the People Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Act. Part of the DemCast family of podcasts.