Georgia was under the microscope after the November election, where Joe Biden ended up beating President Trump by less than one-quarter of a percentage point. There were multiple rounds of recounts, and poll workers testified about a long list of irregularities. Afterwards, lawmakers promised to pass reforms to restore public trust in the process. Well, that’s happened, with Georgia’s House and Senate both recently passing election reform bills. We talk to two of the people who are demanding change to see if they think the bills go far enough.