Growing infighting between proponents of a House Judiciary Committee-backed database protection measure and those pushing a rival Commerce Committee version may have temporarily derailed plans for a floor vote in the near future, sources said.

Despite the fact that House leaders placed the Collections of Information Antipiracy Act, H.R. 354, on the calendar with the intent to bring it to a vote before Congress recesses later this month, that action is unlikely to happen soon, according to Capitol Hill sources and others, because of growing support for the Consumer and Investor Access to Information Act, H.R. 1858.

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