Texas state Senators handed a GOP-led voting reform invoice Tuesday, following Democrat’s departure from the state in a transfer to stall passing the Home’s model of the invoice.
In a party-line vote, 18-4 Senate Republicans handed a invoice that might extra closely regulate voting legal guidelines, an effort that Democrats have dubbed as ‘Jim Crow 2.0.’
HERE’S WHAT IS ACTUALLY IN THE TEXAS ELECTION BILLS DEMOCRATS KEEP COMPARING TO JIM CROW
Eight state Senate Democrats joined Home members in fleeing the state for Washington, D.C., first reported the Texas Tribune.
A ninth senator is anticipated to fulfill the group of lawmakers within the nation’s capital, however a quorum within the Senate was maintained with 22 of its 31 members current, permitting for the passage of the invoice.
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