U.S. Congressman calls for ‘Broad, bipartisan consensus’ on important issues ...

U.S. Congressman calls for ‘Broad, bipartisan consensus’ on important issues ...

Representative McHenry is convinced that Congress should take crypto regulation away from executive agencies and courts. In a letter to the leadership of the United States House Financial Services Committee, ranking member Patrick McHenry took a jab at “inconsistent treatment and jurisdictional uncertainty” inherent in U.S. crypto regulation and called for the Committee to take on its critical issues.McHenry, a Republican representing North Carolina, opened by mentioning that the Committee’s Democrat Chairwoman Maxine Waters is looking to schedule additional hearings addressing matters....


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