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Wisconsin senator introduces new cybersecurity proposal
WASHINGTON - Senator Ron Johnson joined New Hampshire Democrat Maggie Hassan in introducing a new law regarding cybersecurity Thursday.

The Wisconsin Republican chairs the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
That committee drafted the bill to allow CISA, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, to subpoena companies who might be attacked online.

Senator Johnson says the bill would allow CISA to warn companies in advance of an attack allowing them to take action before being attacked.

"We ask Americans: if you see something, say something. We are empowering CISA to do the same," says Johnson.

The bill will have to pass the house, senate, and white house before becoming law.

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