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Future of court reporting jobs in jeopardy

Advocates of recording say the equipment is a one-time cost that saves millions of dollars in the long run. Court reporters say they ensure accuracy and can produce transcripts faster. Several states have given the green light to electronics in at least some of their courtrooms, including Kentucky, Utah and Vermont. In California, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has proposed switching from humans to machines. Iowa is studying the possibility, too.

This article originally appeared in the issue of .

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