Scientists Take Center Stage in U.S. Election Reform
Election reform legislation made animportant stop in the House Science Committee as it wended its way through Congress after the 2000 presidential vote- counting debacle. There, Republican Vernon Ehlers and Democrat James Barcia—leaders of the technology and standards subcommittee—introduced a bill to put science at the center of the reform effort.
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