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House push before August recess produced progress on several cybersecurity fronts

July 31, 2017 |
Rick Weber
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House lawmakers raced to make progress on various legislative fronts in advance of a five-week recess that began at the end of last week, including passage of cybersecurity legislation addressing self-driving cars and a major reorganization of the Department of Homeland Security through two committees.

The House Homeland Security Committee approved by voice vote a bipartisan proposal for establishing a cybersecurity agency within DHS, which is intended to consolidate and elevate the department's wide-ranging cyber operations. Also last week, the...


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