The bipartisan commission looking into Missouri’s voting laws completes its task this afternoon in Jefferson City and will present its recommendations to Secretary of State Matt Blunt. Co-Chairman Paul DiGregorio says one of the things the panel has looked at is improving the voting equipment used throughout the state. But he says the cost of modern machines can be prohibitive. He says any new system using “touchscreen” technology can easily cost between $2,500 and $3,500 per unit.