It’s standing room only as lawmakers hear testimony on bills to repeal election law changes
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A public hearing on two bills filed by Democrats to reverse election law changes made in the past two years by Republicans drew a capacity crowd to the State House on Thursday.
One of the new laws is still being challenged in the courts, while another hasn’t taken effect yet, but Democrats hope to overturn both.
House Bill 106 would reverse changes to the definitions of residence, inhabitant and domicile imposed by HB 1264, which became law in 2018 and is scheduled to take effect in July.