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Numerous major corporate critics of Georgia’s new election reform law are themselves incorporated in the big-business-friendly state of Delaware, which has several election provisions similar to, or even stricter than, those in dispute in Georgia itself.
Corporations such as Coca-Cola, Google, Cisco and Delta Airlines have criticized Georgia’s voting law as oppressive and discriminatory, arguing that the law’s rules—which include photo identification requirements and new absentee voting restrictions—are an attempt to stifle the vote in the southern state.
Both Coke and Delta are headquartered in Georgia, yet they and several of the state’s other critics are legally incorporated in Delaware — a common business arrangement for American corporations due to the state’s favorable regulatory climate. more