Congress and E-Mail

Saturday, March 31, 2001

A report put out by the Congressional Management Foundation and George Washington University reveals that despite the computer revolution, the U.S. Congress still relies on snail mail. Most members of Congress will only reply to e-mail requests through the U.S. mail, and some are under the impression that using e-mail is a security risk. Brooke talks to Rick Shapiro, Executive Director, Congressional Management Foundation.

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