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OnTheOtherHand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Apr-14-09 06:48 AM
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72. how is that a way to keep the levers?
The state is under federal court order to replace the levers. Changing ERMA doesn't affect that at all.

I guess you need to change HAVA, change Judge Sharpe's mind, get a higher court to overrule his interpretation, or find a way to ensure that the state can never comply with the order. So far the last one seems most hopeful, if the new systems are bad enough -- although even at that, I think some progress would be needed on one of the other fronts, since Sharpe isn't bound by the state's certification requirements. Or maybe the EAC could yank Systest's credentials again. (I think Judge Sharpe accepts that that wasn't the state's fault.)

From what I've seen, Sharpe is doing everything he can think of to get compliance at the earliest possible date, while trying to avoid simply demanding the impossible.

I think you're pretty proficient with Google, but maybe not.
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