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  • "None of us are delusional. We don't think this is a top-order issue for Congress. But even with everything else on Congress' plate, this is an issue that merits attention because it's financially and culturally significant to their constituents," said Matthew Sanderson, a lawyer who is one of the PAC's organizers.

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  • "I'm not encouraged by talk, though I would be encouraged by them actually following through," he said. "For umpteen reasons, I doubt their motives for even engaging in this discussion."

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