Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Bill (S. 2559) Passes U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee 20-0, Next to Full Senate
UPDATE May 22 “Marrakesh Treaty Unanimously Supported by U.S. Senate Foreign Relations and Judiciary Committees” (by Krista Cox; ARL Policy Notes)
UPDATE May 22: “Senate Foreign Relations Committee Votes Unanimously to send the Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act (S.2559) to the full Senate for a vote.” (by Carrie Russell; ALA District Dispatch)
The U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary unanimously passed the Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act (S. 2559) today during an executive meeting.
For the Record
You can watch the vote here (begins at approx. 57:25).
This Senate Judiciary Committee document show results of the vote.
We will update this month with more statements and reactions as they become available.
See Also: VIDEO: U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Holds Hearing on Ratification of Marrakesh Treaty (March 10, 2018)
See Also: Read/Track the Legislation (via GovTrack.us)
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