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Capitol Hill Testing Digital Mail System

In the week before the Feb. 2 discovery of ricin in the Dirksen Senate Office building mailroom, the committee announced (to mostly yawns) that it was moving into Phase II of its pilot program, which proposes to make opening constituent mail by staff members a thing of the past.

“Since then, we’ve seen a lot interest in the program,” Bryan Walsh, a spokesman for Rep. Bob Ney (R-OH), chairman of the committee, told internetnews.com. “A number of members have approached the chairman about getting involved.”

Read the whole story at InternetNews.com.