Two Congress members support public domain bill

The Public Domain Enhancement Act, a proposed U.S. bill that received more than 15,000 petition signatures this month, now has two sponsors in Congress who have agreed to submit it, according to Lawrence Lessig: Silicon Valley Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) of Silicon Valley and Rep. John Dolittle (R-Calif.) of the northeastern corner of the state.

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