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Bipartisan supply chain bill likely punted to next Congress, McCaskill says

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A bipartisan bill that would create a way to detect national security risks in the supply chain likely won’t be taken up this Congress, one…
A bipartisan bill that would create a way to detect national security risks in the supply chain likely won’t be taken up this Congress, one of the legislation’s cosponsors said Wednesday.
Outgoing Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), who introduced the bill alongside Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) earlier this year, said she doesn’t “know if there’s going to be a chance to work on that before the end of Congress.”
“I can’t imagine it’s going to get in anything,” McCaskill said.
“It could, I guess, but I doubt it,” she added.
A spokesperson for Lankford said the Republican “is still working to get it done before the end of the year.

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