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Bill Restoring FTC Authority To Seek Monetary Recovery Advances In US House

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During subcommittee markup, Republican members offered amendments to limit FTC’s ability to seek monetary relief for consumers. Measure has the ‘potential to be a legacy bill,’ ranking member says, indicating it may clear Congress.

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