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Georgia is embroiled in a new battle over election laws with legislation to remove voters through eligibility challenges awaiting the governor's approval.

A new bill passed by Republican lawmakers in Georgia that allows for the removal of voters from the voting rolls via challenges to their eligibility is pending the governor's signature or veto. This legislation has sparked controversy, with supporters arguing it prevents fraud by removing duplicate and out-of-state voters, while opponents fear it could disenfranchise legitimate voters and is motivated by partisanship.