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The Cybersecurity 202: This key House Republican is open to mandates on states for election security
Washington, February 13, 2019
As the House Homeland Security Committee meets for the first election security hearing of 2019 today, Congress is still far away from a grand bargain to help protect state election systems from foreign hackers.
But the goalposts may be changing with Democrats in charge of the House.
The new top Republican on the committee, Rep. Mike Rogers (Ala.), tells me he's ready to impose requirements on states to secure their election systems against hackers.
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