The Michigan Legislature has passed election bills that can limit who can access the state voter file. Additionally it limits voting equipment from being connected to the internet and require election challengers to receive training.
The legislation was supported by majority Republicans and opposed by many Democrats.
The measures were sent to Governor Gretchen Whitmer once the House approves changes.
Republicans said it is good to codify existing practices to ensure election integrity.
Democrats said the bills are unnecessary and expressed concerns that voting for the bill validates the 2020 election lies.