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Mike Rogers Expects Senate to Approve Cyber Sharing Bill

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Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), House Intelligence Committee chairman, said Thursday that the Senate will likely pass a cybersecurity bill to let companies exchange information on potential cyber threats with each other and the government, The Hill newspaper reported Thursday.

Rogers said he had a “productive” meeting with his Senate counterparts nearly two months after Congress approved the legislation following delays in the past year, according to the report.

The lawmaker has previously noted that the Senate needs to decide by August to have the bill ready for the White House within the year, Julian Hattem reports.

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