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House Homeland Security Committee approves three cyber-related bills during last markup of the year

September 14, 2018 |
Maggie Miller
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The House Homeland Security Committee unanimously approved three cyber-related bills on Thursday, with Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX) saying the markup would “possibly be the last” of this Congress, while criticizing the Senate for not acting as fast as the House to pass committee bills.

“To date, we have passed now 116 Homeland Security bills out of committee, 83 Republican and 33 Democrat bills,” McCaul noted at the end of the markup. “One-hundred and five passed the House … seven have...


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