The U.S. House New Democrat Coalition announced its support for the proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act. The NDC, with 99 members, is the largest caucus in the House. NDC Chair Suzan DelBene, D-Wash., said the coalition's support comes as it has "prioritized advancing policies that make privacy the default and put people in control of their own information." She added the NDC calls on "Republicans and Democrats in the House and the Senate to seize this moment to come to an agreement on this critical issue." Editor's note: DelBene talked about federal privacy legislation with the IAPP's Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, on an episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast.
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