After invoking the Fifth Amendment at a Congressional hearing investigating the targeting of conservative groups, Lois Lerner, the head of the IIRS division on tax-exempt organizations, was put on administrative leave. President Obama announced the appointment of the remaining members of his commission on voting. Democratic legislatures in several States have passed laws aimed at expanding voting access. Florida’s Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill reversing many of the election law changes made in a bill he signed in 2011. A report released by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted showed that out of about 5.63 million votes cast in the 2012 presidential election in his State, there were 135 possible voter-fraud cases, or 0.002397% of the votes cast. Charleston County is considering moving a paper ballot voting system, possibly anticipating a move statewide. Miles Rapoport considered the National Voter Registration Act after 20 years and former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and an ally of current President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad were barred from running in Iran’s election next month.