Deal May Clear Senate’s Passage Of Music Copyright Reform Bill
August 30, 2018
Senate leadership to cut the annual August recess short may prove to be beneficial to the radio and music industries, both of which are pushing lawmakers to pass the proposed Music Modernization Act (S. 2823). With the additional time in Washington, a tentative deal has apparently been reached to remove what may be the final stumbling block to the bill’s passage in the Senate.
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