- As Abortion Vote Looms, Ohio GOP Hopes To Rein In Ballot Measures NPR 23:55
Trump’s latest charges may further fracture House Republicans — with some in the party motivated to undermine President Biden with investigations and others worried about holding on to split-ticket seats that Biden carried in 2020.
And, ahead of a November vote on a proposal that would amend the state’s constitution to expand abortion access, state Republicans have scheduled a special election to raise the threshold for all ballot initiatives to 60 percent and impose more strenuous requirements to qualify for a vote.
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