House passes sweeping election reform bill, opposed by Republicans
Rep. Matt Gaetz tweeted that his Democratic colleagues "have jeopardized the legitimacy of every future U.S. election" through the legislation's passage.
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The House of Representatives passed a sweeping election reform bill on Wednesday night, in a 220-210 vote, with no Republicans voting for it. It's called the For the People Act, also known as H.R. 1.
Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Florida Republican, blasted the bill on Twitter, saying that his Democratic colleagues "have jeopardized the legitimacy of every future U.S. election" through its passage.
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