US Civil Rights Commission worked for months on a report about threats to voting access during COVID-19. Then Trump appointees shelved it.
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights spent months analyzing threats to minority voting rights during the pandemic, coming up with what one commissioner called a “behemoth” set of recommendations. But no one will see them. Conservative commissioners recently appointed by President Donald Trump voted to shelve the report, its findings and recommendations, even commissioners' statements. Ref. USAToday.