The Fair Representation Act is a bill filed in the United States House of Representatives. Originally introduced in 2017 during the 115th Congress, it was reintroduced in 2019 and is expected to be reintroduced again in 2021.
The bill has three main provisions:
Require the use of ranked choice voting, in particular single transferable vote, to elect members to the House
[From the Wikipedia page on the bill](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_Representation_Act_(United_States))
The bill effectively turns the election of House Representatives into Single Transferable Vote.
What do you think of this bill? Would you support its implementation? If not, what specific things about the bill do you dislike? Can the bill be re-worked into a better version? What might that look like?