: JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon says voting ‘must be accessible and equitable’ in wake of Georgia law


Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JP Morgan Chase & Co., on Tuesday expressed his support for voting rights, days after Georgia approved a new law that restricts access to voting.

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