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Lisa Blunt Rochester statements on crypto

Quoted from on Feb 1st, 2024

Lisa Blunt Rochester's campaign issues page includes a section dedicated to: Innovation and Emerging Technology:

"America has been at the forefront of technological change. As a co-creator of the bipartisan Future of Work Caucus, Lisa recognized we were unable to keep up with rapidly developing technologies like generative AI or blockchain technologies.

These emerging fields bring fantastic opportunities for small businesses and the economy but without proper guidelines, harm Americans. Lisa has always adopted an approach that allows American innovation to flourish, protects consumers, workers, and businesses, and makes clear what the rules are."

Very pro-crypto
Quoted from on Dec 5th, 2023

This week, U.S. Representatives Larry Bucshon, M.D. (R-IN-08) and Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE) introduced the Promoting Resilient Supply Chains Act and the Deploying American Blockchains Act. Both pieces of legislation are critical to ensure the United States can better identify risks within our supply chains and remain competitive with emerging technologies. In a bipartisan manner, Dr. Bucshon and Rep. Blunt Rochester will continue advocating for common-sense solutions to foster a strong U.S. economy. Dr. Bucshon and Rep. Blunt Rochester along with a key stakeholders released the statements below:

Somewhat pro-crypto
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