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Should Congress be Concerned About California's Data Privacy Law?

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Jennifer Huddleston writes on the costs and concerns related to complying with California's new data privacy law, which has a nationwide impact. Read it at The Hill.

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Jennifer Huddleston writes on the costs and concerns related to complying with California's new data privacy law, which has a nationwide impact.

Read it at The Hill.

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