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Congressional Research Service report: Current Congress acts on fewer cyber bills than previous

May 19, 2017 |
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A Congressional Research Service report has seen a slight downtick in the number of cybersecurity bills in the 115th Congress as opposed to the previous Congress.

The May 12 report – “Cybersecurity: Legislation, Hearings, and Executive Branch Documents,”– indicates that eight cyber-related bills have received committee consideration, floor consideration, or passed one or both chambers during the first 129 days of the 115th Congress, compared to 13 bills acted upon by 114th Congress during the same timeframe. The report...

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