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Sen. Blunt, likely to chair Rules panel, stresses need for state buy-in on election security legislation

March 27, 2018 |
Maggie Miller
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Senate Intelligence Committee member Roy Blunt (R-MO), who will likely take over as chairman of the Senate Rules Committee after the two-week congressional recess, is emphasizing the need to incorporate input from state and local officials in any election security legislation the rules panel considers.

“If I do happen to chair that committee, we're going to look at the recommendations from the Intelligence Committee, and particularly be interested in input from people who have the responsibility for conducting state and...


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