Better Late Than Never: Conclusion On 2014’s Voter List Battle

Life became hectic…well, more hectic than normal…and I failed to find the time to get a final update on this year’s legislative outcome for Utah voters’ personal information protection (click here for background posts).  Truthfully, I still have scant time but have a link article that sums up the political carve outs and slight improvement made when the bill did pass.  It’s a baby step forward and some political cronies are still being rewarded:

Payday lenders get voters’ birth dates; voter safety in Lt. Governor’s hands

The article covers last minute malarkey and partial protection for certain individuals afforded by the passed bill (the majority still must cough up information to the politically anointed to use as they see fit).

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2 thoughts on “Better Late Than Never: Conclusion On 2014’s Voter List Battle

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