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Iran, Trade, Education to Follow Lynch on Senate Agenda

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At his weekly news conference Tuesday, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said legislation on cybersecurity, “fast-track” trade authority, Iran and a rewrite of No Child Left Behind would be next on the Senate agenda after the chamber votes on an anti-human trafficking bill and Loretta Lynch’s attorney general nomination. McConnell declined to specify when and how the Senate would debate the items. “I’m not going to lay out the order, but I’ve already listed the bills that are out of committee on a bipartisan basis, and those would be candidates for consideration between now and the Memorial Day break,” McConnell said.

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