Raskin-Authored ‘PRESS’ Act Poised for Full House Vote


WASHINGTON, D.C. — The House Judiciary Committee has approved the “Protect Reporters from Exploitative State Spying (PRESS) Act,” legislation introduced by American University Washington College of Law Professor Emeritus and Maryland Congressional Democrat Jamie Raskin, in addition to Kentucky Rep. John Yarmuth and California Rep. Ted Lieu.

It’s now up to the full U.S. House of Representatives, and Senate action, to see if it heads to the White House for President Biden’s signing.

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