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House Judiciary Republicans eye law-enforcement approach to election security

June 21, 2019 |
Mariam Baksh
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Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee are highlighting legislation that would expand the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as an example of how the panel should move forward on election security, but a Thursday hearing was dominated by partisan skirmishing over how to approach the issue in the shadow of the Mueller report.

“I don’t disagree with the three Democratic witnesses, this is what we should be doing,” Judiciary ranking member Doug Collins (R-GA) said at the session on securing...


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