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Photo: Alyssa Pointer/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP

Fulton County's district attorney said she will not prosecute the Georgia lawmaker who was arrested last month when she repeatedly knocked on the door to Gov. Brian Kemp's (R) office after he signed a GOP-sponsored law that would curb voting access in the state, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

Flashback: State Rep. Park Cannon (D) was charged with two felonies after she knocked on Kemp's door as he celebrated the law's passage. Footage shows state patrol officers handcuffing the lawmaker and pulling her away from the scene.

What they're saying: District Attorney Fani Willis told AJC she considers the case closed.

  • "While some of Rep. Cannon’s colleagues and the police officers involved may have found her behavior annoying, such sentiment does not justify a presentment to a grand jury of the allegations in the arrest warrants or any other felony charges," Willis said.
  • A Georgia State Patrol lieutenant told AJC he arrested Cannon after she refused to stop knocking because he worried about a possible repeat of the Capitol insurrection. But witnesses said there was no attempt to "breach" the office.

Cannon said she does not want the charges to draw attention away from the law, calling it the "most comprehensive voter suppression bill in the country," per AJC.

  • Critics say the legislation disproportionately targets Black and Latino voters in Georgia, while Kemp has argued that it would lead to more secure elections.

Go deeper: What's in the Georgia voting law

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Florida court: Police who shoot citizens can remain anonymous

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Citing Marsy's Law — Florida's constitutional amendment granting privacy rights to crime victims — the 1st District Court of Appeal ruled Tuesday that municipalities cannot make public the names of police who shoot citizens if the police officers themselves were crime victims, which is almost always the case in police shootings.

What happened: Two Tallahassee police officers who fatally shot suspects in different incidents argued in a lawsuit that the city shouldn't release any information that would personally identify them as the shooters.

Atlanta's mayor on Georgia’s new voting law and its economic toll

Georgia businesses have come under boycott pressure from the right and the left, following last week's passage of a controversial new voting bill. Atlanta also lost Major League Baseball's All-Star Game, which will now take place in Denver.

Axios Re:cap digs into the consequences of this law for Georgia voters and locally-based businesses, and what other states can learn from the situation with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.

Atlanta mayor signs order against Georgia's voting law

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms. Photo: Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Tuesday issued an administrative order "to mitigate the impact of new voting restrictions imposed" by Georgia's recently enacted law curbing voting access.

Why it matters: Civil rights groups, Democrats and more than 100 businesses and CEOs have condemned the law.

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