A local Congressman opposes voting legislation

Congressman Bryan Steil of Janesville is against two pieces of federal legislation he says will have a major impact on individual state voting laws.  The Second District Representative says the most egregious proposal would reduce the need for some forms of voter identification.  Steil says considering an ID is needed to get on an airplane or buy a six-pack, it doesn’t seem unreasonable to require one at the polls.  The Republican argues it’s important to allow states to run elections rather than Washington.