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First AB1446, Now AB2778: New Legislative Rules and the Need for Technology Advancements in State Governing Agencies

In a pivotal move to address racial bias in California’s criminal legal system, Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 2778 which mandates the implementation of “race-blind” charging practices by prosecuting agencies starting January 1, 2025. The new requirement involves redacting any information identifying the race of individuals involved in a criminal case.

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Automating Signature Verification on Absentee Ballots and Mail-In Votes

Since the most common form of identification used at the polls is a signature, many states and municipal governments are making a conscious effort to ensure that their processes include signature authentication. This can be an arduous and labor-intensive process.   Mail-in voting is proving to be an increasingly popular method of voting in the […]

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