Politico's The never-before-told backstory of Pence's Jan. 6 argument begins:
Former judge J. Michael Luttig shares the story of the run-up to the insurrection, and why he thinks it’s time to reform the Electoral Count Act.
It details several phone calls and a series of tweets from a newly started twitter account by the former and well respected conservative judge that were quickly cited by former US Vice President Mike Pence as to why he could not overturn the results of a presidential election.
But the article fails to detail in any way "why he thinks it’s time to reform the Electoral Count Act of 1887 (ECA)". Is it possible to locate those arguments and summarize them?
At the end of Ex-Judge who played key role in Trump-Pence feud speaks out for first time CNN's Justice Correspondent Jessica Schneider says:
And Judge Luttig is now looking to 2024; he's pushing congress to rewrite the Electoral Count Act, to make it clear that the Vice President can not overturn the election results, and to clarify that Congress has no power at all to decide the validity of state electors.