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As policymakers return to Washington to start the 116th Congress, Democrats will be dictating the direction of the House for the first time in eight years.

As policymakers return to Washington to start the 116th Congress, Democrats will be dictating the direction of the House for the first time in eight years. While they may be tempted to use their newfound subpoena powers to explore issues like the president’s finances and Russian election interference, members will need to focus on policy if they plan to have any legislation signed into law.

With the uptick in privacy concerns among members of both parties, as well as the general fear of market dominance by a few large tech companies, the relatively untouched technology industry presents a promising starting point for lawmakers looking beyond President Trump and Russiagate.

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