Republicans speak out in favor of SAVE Act; Democrats push for it to fail

Republicans speak out in favor of SAVE Act; Democrats push for it to fail


(The Center Square) – The Biden administration opposes a U.S. House of Representatives bill requiring proof of citizenship to vote, announcing it in a statement from the Office of Management and Budget.

Resolution 8281 would do “nothing to safeguard our elections,” the administration said.

“The administration strongly opposes HR8281,” the statement said. “The president has been clear: he will continue fighting to protect Americans’ sacred right to vote in free, fair, and secure elections.”

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The Office of Management and Budget is a part of the Executive Branch and “serves the President of the United States in overseeing the implementation of his vision.”

Its statement in response to legislation sponsored by U.S. Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, and cosponsored by dozens from his party says the bill is full of

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