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Texas lawmakers expected voting reforms to be debated in a special session following the Arizona Supreme Court ruling.

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Texas lawmakers are expected to discuss voting reforms aimed at greater security after the election Supreme Court Democrats supported the Arizona rules, which they claimed were illegal and discriminatory.

The Texas Legislature will open a special session on Thursday by order of Governor Greg Abbott.

TEXAS DEMOCRATS FOR ELECTION PRODUCTION DIFFERENT DEMOCRATS: “EVERYTHING IS ON THE TABLE”

“Today I am announcing the establishment of the House of Representatives for Constitutional Rights and Protection, a selected committee with expanded membership and experience – to carefully consider the issues that may be on the agenda of this special session. an ideal forum to ensure rib exits, ”Texas House Speaker Dade Felan tweeted Tuesday.

The topics to be formally discussed remain unknown, only to be presented by Abbott, but Democrat John Busi III, who is on the committee, told locals KVUE he “can only imagine that the election commission will deal with election issues.” Abbott reportedly said in May that state lawmakers would discuss bills related to elections and bail reform in a special session this year.

Before calling CLIBURN TRADE “CONTINUE,” he said “always for the voter ID.”

After Abbott formally states which topics will be discussed, the session will be limited to bills related to these issues.

Each of the Texas House and Senate had bills to reform the vote, and Democrats held a rally in May that disrupted Republican action. Desslas Democratic spokeswoman Jessica Gonzalez said Texas Tribune this may happen again in a special session.

“In terms of coincidences, because we’re unknown, we have to keep any option open, which includes rejecting the quorum,” Gonzalez said.

The previous march with the vice president caught the attention of the White House Kamala Harris meeting with several Texas lawmakers in Washington in June.

When they made their decision last week, public eyes questioned the legitimacy of Arizona’s third-party restriction rule, which restricts people from collecting or submitting ballots (commonly referred to as ballot collection). for temporary ballots to be discarded if they were cast in the wrong polling station.

The Democratic National Committee claimed that these measures were discriminatory and violated the Right to Vote Act. In Court Decision 6-3, they argued that the rules were properly designed to protect the integrity of the election and that Democrats did not provide convincing evidence of discriminatory intent or imct that required change.

The court’s adoption of Arizona election security measures could prompt Texas and other states to implement their new rules at a time when Washington wants Democrats to pass comprehensive legislation that would force states to adhere to standards that lift ballot restrictions. collection and voter identification requirements

Acesparks reporter Brie Stimson contributed to the news.

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