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Senate Proceeding 06-03-08 on Jun 3rd, 2008 :: 0:02:03 to 0:03:41
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Dianne Feinstein

0:02:03 to 0:02:13( Edit History Discussion )

Dianne Feinstein: >> mrs. feinstein: i ask unanimous consent the call of the quorum b e vitiated. the pr esiding officer: without objection, so ordered.o if the senator will suspend for just a moment, the senate is not

Dianne Feinstein

0:02:03 to 0:03:41( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dianne Feinstein

Dianne Feinstein

0:02:13 to 0:02:31( Edit History Discussion )

Dianne Feinstein: in order. the senator will suspend for a moment, please. the senator from california. mrs. feinstein: thank f you, mr. president. in a moment i wish to make a motion but i'd like to just say this as

Dianne Feinstein

0:02:31 to 0:02:45( Edit History Discussion )

Dianne Feinstein: a prelude. for six years now i have worked on legislation to provide for notification in the event of a data breach. during that period of time, 43 states have passed their own legislation. we would not

Dianne Feinstein

0:02:45 to 0:02:59( Edit History Discussion )

Dianne Feinstein: know of data breaches if it were not particularly for the state of california which has put forward action on several of them. the bill went to the judiciary committee. it has been heard in the judiciary

Dianne Feinstein

0:02:59 to 0:03:12( Edit History Discussion )

Dianne Feinstein: committee. with the cooperation and support of the chairman of that committee, senator leahy, the bill has come out unanimously and has been pending before this body. there are holds on the bill.

Dianne Feinstein

0:03:12 to 0:03:26( Edit History Discussion )

Dianne Feinstein: i ask unanimous consent the senate proceed to the immediate consideration of calendar no. 180, s. 239, data broach modifications; that the committee reported amendment be considered and agreed to; the bill,

Dianne Feinstein

0:03:26 to 0:03:41( Edit History Discussion )

Dianne Feinstein: as amended, be read a third time, passed, and the motion to reconsider be laid ns upon the table without further intervening action or debate. the presiding officer: is there objection? a senator: reserving

Jeff Sessions

0:03:41 to 0:03:55( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: the right t to object, and it, will object, i really value the interest and effort senator feinstein has put into this. i have also woroked on this issue for some time. last year i think my bill

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