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Half after cost House and Senate Democrats a national rules are needed to shore of American democracy after a tumultuous postelection period and deadly right of the capital. The 2020 election featured rules changes aimed at easing voting during the Corona virus pandemic. But those were challenged by a flood of lawsuits from former President Trump and his allies, underscoring the differences from state to state. Mail in ballots do on Election day or just postmarked by then absentee voting allowed for all or just voters with an excuse same day or advanced only registration. The bill being offered by Democrats asserts Congress's constitutional authority to set the time place and manner of federal elections. National rules they say, would make voting more uniforms accessible and fair. Republicans reject many of the proposed reforms as federal overreach. And Thomas Washington. Tuckey Republican Committee rejects a resolution urging Senator Mitch McConnell to condemn the second Trump impeachment. The Republican Party of Kentucky State Central Committee voted on Saturday to reject the resolution that call for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky to condemn the second impeachment trial of former president Trump. Committee member told the career journal that the committee with over 350 members deliberated the resolution and eventually voted against it. In a 1 34 to 49 vote, The Senate will begin the hearing on impeachment on February 9th. However, McConnell is not announced how he will vote during the impeachment trial and a stated that he listened to the legal arguments when they're presented to the Senate. Bernie Bennett reporting Jordan into shock, Schumer says Members of the Senate will be sworn in next Tuesday for an impeachment trial that will begin February. 8 once the briefs or drafted presentation by the parties will commence the week of February the eighth. The second impeachment will mark a new precedent making Mr Trump the first president to face an impeachment trial after leaving office if you give the impeachment any chance To.