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Evan Halper

Evan Halper writes about a broad range of policy issues out of Washington D.C., with particular emphasis on how Washington regulates, agitates and very often miscalculates in its dealings with California. Before heading east, he was the Los Angeles Times bureau chief in Sacramento, where he spent a decade untangling California’s epic budget mess and political dysfunction.
Democrats intensify push to protect voting machines from hackers

House Democrats intensified their push to shore up the nation’s network of wheezing voting machines that are vulnerable to attack.

As foreign hackers plot next attack, Washington struggles to shore up vulnerable voting systems

Even as Washington remains consumed by political fallout from Russia's election meddling in 2016, the government is still struggling to respond to the serious national security threat it exposed: a network of voting systems alarmingly vulnerable to attack.

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