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Political Rewind: Willis offered immunity to false electors; Fox News and Dominion Voting settle
Emma Hurt, reporter, Axios Atlanta, @Emma_Hurt
Greg Bluestein, political reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, @bluestein
Maya King, politics reporter, The New York Times, @mayaaking
- Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is seeking to remove a lawyer from representing 10 Georgia Republicans who served as fake 2020 electors for Donald Trump after several of them allegedly accused a fellow elector of breaking state law last week.
- Tuesday's filing also alleged that attorney Kimberly Burroughs Debrow failed to notify her clients of potential immunity deals that prosecutors offered last summer.
- Fox News lawyers reached a settlement with Dominion Voting Systems just before trial was to begin.
- The voting-tech company sued Fox for falsehoods it broadcast after the 2020 presidential election.
- The news network now owes the company $787 million.
3. Abortions are cut in half after House Bill 481 goes into effect in Georgia.
- The news comes from the Society of Family Planning's #WeCount national abortion report.
- Pro-life groups say the six-week ban crushed the abortion industry.
- Kemp made the comments on CNN appearances and at the Republican National Committee’s meeting in Nashville.
- Maya King followed Sen. Tim Scott in South Carolina this weekend.
- Scott announced he's launching an exploratory committee as he considers running for president of the United States.
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