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US Capitol Capsule: House adopts patent reform, but fee change could be trouble for Senate

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After several years of failed attempts to make US patent reform a reality, the Senate is faced with holding its nose and adopting legislation passed last week by the House that would require funding for the US Patent & Trademark Office (US PTO) to continue to be appropriated by Congress or engage in a battle that could upend any chances of getting a law enacted this year.

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