H.R. 1: It might be the most consequential piece of legislation before the Congress this year—and that’s saying something in year when Congressional Democrats have already spent $1.9 trillion and advanced a fundamental restructuring of American labor relations. But what does this partisan Democratic proposal to turn all American elections into copies of California’s often-criticized system mean? Joining us is Steve Marshall, attorney general of Alabama and one of 20 state attorneys general who signed a letter to congressional leaders (that we will include in today’s show notes) opposing large sections of H.R. 1.
- Office of the Attorney General of the State of Indiana: Letter of State Attorneys General to Congressional Leaders Opposing Provisions of H.R. 1
- Capital Research Center: H.R. 1 Would Further Damage Election Integrity
- Capital Research Center: Political and Policy-Oriented Giving After Citizens United: An Update