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No Agreement on Fixing E-Voting Woes
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No Agreement on Fixing E-Voting Woes

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No Agreement on Fixing E-Voting Woes

No Agreement on Fixing E-Voting Woes
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A new federal commission heard Wednesday from both critics and advocates of electronic voting equipment. As worries increase over machine reliability and susceptibility to hackers, the commission wants to give local officials guidance before the November elections. But no agreement emerged on what, if anything, should be done. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.

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