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A House committee on Wednesday approved patent reform legislation that the technology sector has sought for years as a way to reduce the number of costly patent-infringement lawsuits.

The bill, portions of which are opposed by pharmaceutical and manufacturing companies, will now be sent to the full House of Representatives for consideration. The Senate Judiciary Committee, which began considering its own version of the bill last week, is scheduled to continue its debate Thursday.

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