GOP lawmakers ask Obama to hold off on cybersecurity order

12/23/2012 | Hill, The

A group of 46 Republicans in the House of Representatives has asked President Barack Obama not to sign an executive order regarding cybersecurity standards. "Instead of preempting Congress' will and pushing a top-down regulatory framework, your administration should engage Congress in an open and constructive manner to help address the serious cybersecurity challenges facing our country," they wrote in a letter.

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