Detroit Automakers Condemn Michigan GOP’s Voter Suppression Plans

Michigan’s largest and most iconic companies (including Ford and GM) aren’t happy that their state’s Republicans
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Michigan’s largest and most iconic companies (including Ford and GM) aren’t happy that their state’s Republicans are trying to make it harder to vote.

Ford, General Motors, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Quicken Loans, and more than 30 of Michigan’s other largest companies put out a joint statement on Tuesday opposing voting restrictions that state Republicans are looking to rush into law.

"We represent Michigan’s largest companies, many of which operate on a national basis. We feel a responsibility to add our voice as changes are proposed to voting laws in Michigan and other states," the statement said.

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