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NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 16, 2021
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Also tonight, the growing big business backlash to Georgia's voting law. Let's get more on that from Blayne Alexander. They say their fight started as soon as Georgia's voting law passed. Was Georgia kind of a wake up call? Georgia was absolutely a wake up call. That's why Ken Chenault, former American Express CEO, helped organize hundreds of business leaders, including from Target, Bank of America and Starbucks, to sign a statement against what they call discriminatory legislation that impacts...

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