Biden traveling to Georgia to mark 100 days in office

Biden traveling to Georgia to mark 100 days in office
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The president will participate in a car rally and highlight his accomplishments within the first 100 days, White House press secretary Jen PsakiJen PsakiReporters lodge complaint with White House over Biden-Johnson meeting access White House faces increased cries from allies on Haitian migrants Harris 'deeply troubled' by treatment of Haitian migrants MORE said on Friday.
 
The trip will be Biden's second to Atlanta in his first months in office.
 
Georgia has become a political hot spot this year over a controversial voting law.
 
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) last month signed the law that has been sharply criticized by the White House and Democrats as restrictive and racist. The president last month announced that the Justice Department is “taking a look” at the new law, and Atlanta-based companies Delta Air Lines and Coca-Cola, as well as dozens of other major corporations, have condemned it. MLB also moved its All-Star game from Atlanta to Denver.
 
 
Biden traveled to the city in March, a visit that was initially planned to highlight the passage of his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. 
 
Biden delivered a speech in Atlanta decrying anti-Asian hate crimes following a deadly shooting targeting massage parlors in the Atlanta area. 
 
Biden had been scheduled to attend a political event during his March trip that was canceled due to the shooting.