Bipartisan Data Privacy Legislation Passes Out of Committee
Bipartisan Data Privacy Legislation Passes Out of Committee
2022-07-20 23:19:38
by Madeline Hughes

WASHINGTON — Bipartisan legislation to protect data that “identifies or is linked or reasonably linkable” to any one person passed in the House Committee on Energy and Commerce in a 53-2 vote Wednesday. “Today’s vote has been years in the... Read More

Prescription Drugs
Moderates Seek Changes to Drug Pricing Proposal
2021-09-14 21:06:15
by Dan McCue

A group of moderate Democrats led by Rep. Scott Peters sought on Tuesday to change the House debate on how prescription drug prices are set in the U.S., arguing sweeping proposals put forward by progressives could threaten passage of the... Read More

Mental Health
Pending Legislation Seeks to Confront Mental Health Crisis from COVID-19
2020-07-01 14:50:40
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON - A psychologist and psychiatrist on Tuesday suggested Congress provide stronger federal intervention to prevent a mental health crisis during the coronavirus pandemic. They said suicides and substance abuse are on the upswing as Americans struggle with quarantines, social... Read More

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