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Federal Drive Show Blog - June 26, 2013
Wednesday - 6/26/2013, 10:41am EDT
The Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Emily Kopp was onsite at the AFCEA International Cyber Symposium today broadcasting live from the event. Listen to our interviews with those organizing and participating in the conference here.
The Hill newspaper
The Senate could vote later this morning to overhaul the nation's immigration system. Details are far from certain. Lawmakers are still offering amendments and the House is moving forward on its own legislation. But no matter what happens, a new law will mean big changes for the agencies involved.
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