Michigan Senate Democrats: Fine those who lie to keep people from voting

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The Detroit News

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Senate Democrats introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow for fines to be issued against individuals who intentionally spread lies about election dates or registration laws to prevent people from voting. The proposal, sponsored by Sen. Mary Cavanagh, D-Redford Township, came amid increasing concerns about the use of artificial intelligence and misinformation in the upcoming presidential election. Michigan is widely expected to be among a handful of states that will decide which party controls the White House next year. Under the measure, a person who intentionally m…

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