Senate expected to begin formal voting rights debate Tuesday after a final push for reform on MLK Day

The Senate is expected to begin formal debate on voting rights bills after Democrats made a final push for reform on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This comes as a CBS News poll found 4 in 10 Americans feel the president isn't focused on voting rights access enough. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports.

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