The Senate will get a second chance to consider the contentious Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act it failed to pass last year after the bill cleared the House in a strongly bipartisan vote of 288 to 127 on Thursday. The bill, which President Barack Obama has threatened to veto, citing privacy concerns, picked up more minority support than it did last year -- with more than twice as many Democrats voting for it this time around.

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