Keypoint: This week a new bill was introduced in Michigan; the Connecticut bill passed a second committee; Maryland and Kentucky legislatures adjourned without passing bills; Virginia Governor Youngkin signed three VCDPA amendment bills into law; Maine’s House passed a biometric privacy bill; and Delaware lawmakers advanced a data broker bill.
Below is our fourteenth weekly update on the status of proposed state privacy legislation in 2022. Before we get to our update, we wanted to provide two reminders.
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