Red-Light Cameras In, Touch-Screen Voting Machines Out

According to this article from today's Metro section, thanks to legislation passed by the General Assembly in Richmond, it looks like photo enforcement cameras will soon be making a return to an intersection near you. And in other legislative news, touch-screen voting machines (we hardly knew ye) are going to be phased out in favor of machines, such as optical scanners, that leave paper trails marked with voters' choices.

By Focus on Fairfax |  February 21, 2007; 10:19 AM ET  | Category:  Government
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