Remember HR 1 or S 1, the so-called “For the People Act?” We’ve done several episodes about it here on Explains where we’ve talked about how, if passed, it would fundamentally change America by letting DC control our elections instead of the states. Since our last episode, Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin from West Virginia actually wrote an op-ed digging his heels in, and rejected H.R. 1/S. 1. Or did he? Have you heard of H.R. 4? It’s been described as the “backdoor” to the “For the People Act.” The problem is that it might be worse. This week, we discuss the differences between H.R. 1 and H.R. 4, the state of play, and all that is at stake.

Show Notes

Han’s recent PragerU video on voter Laws

Another Bill in Congress to Give Partisan Bureaucrats Control Over State Election Laws

The Heritage Foundation’s work on election integrity

The Heritage Foundation’s Election Voter Fraud Database

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