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Fixing the Electoral Count Act Is Suddenly the Most Popular Policy Idea in Washington

3 monthes ago   |   By The New Republic

The pitfalls of being the nominal majority party in an evenly divided Senate were reinforced last week , when Democrats failed to enact two voting rights measures without Republican support and then were unable to muster the votes to change the rules to allow the legislation to pass with a simple majority. Although all 50 Democrats supported the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, only 48 voted to weaken the filibuster, meaning that the bills were still subject to the 60-vote threshold to advance and therefore unable to move forward without Republican...
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