House Republican: Senate must pass Internet domain bill
July 29, 2015
Rep. John Shimkus (R-Ill.) on Wednesday said the Senate must pass his bill if Congress wants any oversight over the government's handoff of the Internet domain name system. Shimkus, who sponsors an oversight bill that already passed the House, said his bill should move easily through the Senate chamber before adding, "nothing moves easily through the Senate chamber."
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