A federal judge is considering forcing Georgia voters to use paper ballots in the November election -- just eight weeks from now.
Fears of Russians hacking the state's electronic machines led to Wednesday's extraordinary courtroom scene.
In a packed courtroom, Judge Amy Totenberg warned two dozen lawyers in front of her not to demean each other in a case she called "of great importance to everybody in Georgia."
The state of Georgia has a rich and tawdry history of creative fraud when it comes to paper ballots. In 2002 the state did away with paper ballots in favor of voting machines.
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