By Julian Pecquet - 06/20/13 07:30 PM EDT
Sen. Chris CoonsChris CoonsSenators ask IRS to issue guidance to help startups Senate Dems push Obama for more Iran transparency Overnight Tech: First on The Hill – Key senators team up against robocalls | Social media giants back revenge porn bill | Facebook's diversity numbers MORE (D-Del.) will keep his spot on the subcommittee but had to give up membership on the Energy and Natural Resources Committee. His new role comes the same day the committee approved a $44.1 billion spending bill for the State Department and foreign aid, setting up a tough fight with a House whose spending bill is $10 billion lower.
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