A sweeping Texas voting law, which supporters argue is needed to crack down on fraud, goes into effect today. With the Secretary of State’s office, Sam Taylor says most voters won’t see anything different when they go to the polls. The bill bans 24-hour voting options, which were popular in some parts of the state during COVID. In addition, it puts strict limits on drive-thru voting. There are also new requirements for a mail-in ballot, which supporters say is where most fraud happens.