Was the House's technical glitch an accident?

August 2007
Hill;8/8/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 97, p11
The article reports on the technical problem encountered by the electronic voting system, which resulted to delay in the work of House lawmakers in passing bills before the August recess in the U.S. House Democratic sources revealed that someone disconnected the power plug on the electronic tally board. However, it resulted to speculations whether the glitch was an accident.


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