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Republican lawmakers who've spread election conspiracy theories and falsely claimed that the 2020 presidential outcome was rigged are overseeing legislative committees charged with setting election policy in the major battleground states of Pennsylvania and Arizona.
Pennsylvania voters almost certainly will not see a package of proposed constitutional amendments on the statewide ballot in May's primary election. A deadline set by Democratic Gov. Josh Shapiro's administration came and went Friday for lawmakers to pass the measures.