Skip to comments.Congress still at cyber odds after CISPA passage
Posted on 04/23/2013 8:23:38 PM PDT by TurboZamboni
Itll be months before theres a bill or multiple bills in the Senate, as chamber aides say the committees are still dividing up the issue by turf. And that means it could be well past the summer before the Senate convenes a floor debate on any element of cybersecurity reform, much less a conference committee that might hammer out differences over the small slice of the debate CISPA occupies.
Sponsors, however, told POLITICO they had no reason to fret. Well now go through the process, go to the Senate, we hope to resolve some of the remaining issues that are there, Ruppersberger said in an interview after the bills passage. This is what Congress should be doing.
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There was also an article posted here on FR about the wife of the man who proposed this bill, being in a position to make a lot of money off of it.
Anyone else remember it? I have scanned FR’s boards and can’t seem to find it.
I found it, though not on FR.
Oh Look, Rep. Mike Rogers Wife Stands To Benefit Greatly From CISPA Passing...
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