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As Texas lawmakers move to pass restrictive voting laws in the state, more than 180 local businesses and community leaders have come out against the bills, saying voter suppression could cost the region millions of dollars. NBC News’ Priscilla Thompson breaks down why business leaders oppose these laws and what could happen if the bills are passed.