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Topic - Susan Phalen
A bipartisan poll finds that most Americans now support a special congressional committee to investigate events surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya.
A key congressional panel will vote in private on Wednesday on a new law that would allow private companies to share cybersecurity information with federal agencies, drawing criticism from advocates who say the controversial measure should be debated in public.
"A new select committee would likely be a duplication of efforts that would yield little, if any, new information, while being time-consuming and expensive," she said.
The arrangement, she said, has allowed each panel to focus on its area of expertise.