‘CLASSICS Act’ Gets Companion Bill In Senate


WASHINGTON, D.C. — The “CLASSICS Act” appears to be gaining some steam on Capitol Hill. With 25 co-sponsors of legislation introduced in July 2017 by retiring Republican Rep. Darrell Issa (Calif.) — including 10 bipartisan House members signing on since Feb. 2 — there is now companion legislation in the upper body of Congress.

What is officially called the “Compensating Legacy Artists for their Songs, Service, & Important Contributions to Society Act” is now up for consideration in the U.S. Senate, and it was introduced by a bipartisan group of five Senators.

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