The Senate started debate at the “Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act” on Tuesday in spite of all indications that it’s going to no longer garner 60 votes, nor will key Democrats vote to modify the filibuster in order that the vote casting rights regulation can go with a easy majority. On this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the staff discusses what’s within the invoice, why Senate Democrats have taken it up in spite of unmoving opposition, and the way vote casting rules have modified at the state degree since 2020.
In addition they ask whether or not a new ballot appearing Biden’s approval score at simply 33 % merits all of the consideration it’s been getting.
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