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A spokesperson for the House Financial Services Committee would not say if the committee plans to examine the Target data breach, which has affected more than 70 million Americans.

Credit Union Times asked David Popp, committee communications director for Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), if the key House committee plans to call someone from Target to testify at a hearing about the breach. Democratic members of the committee asked Hensarling Jan. 10 to hold a full committee hearing on the breach.

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