House passes sweeping elections and police reform bills


Bill has passed in the house over GOP opposition House Democrats passed a sweeping voting and ethics bill Wednesday, sending the legislation to the Senate where it faces an uncertain fate. The bill would be the largest overhaul of U. S election law in at least a generation HR. One would restrict partisan Jerry Mandarin of congressional districts strike down hurdles to voting and require so called dark money political groups to disclose anonymous donors. The House vote was to 22 to 10 with every Republican voting against passage. Although vice president Kamila Harris holds the tie breaking vote for most legislation in the 50 50 Senate, 60 votes would be needed to overcome a Republican filibuster. Mike Rossi, a

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