Quantum Computing Bill Stalls in Senate

A bill that would boost the United States' quantum computing technology is stuck in committee in the Senate, creating uncertainty about whether the legislation will make it to President Donald Trump's desk anytime soon.

The National Quantum Initiative Act passed the House unanimously in September. It would provide $1.3 billion, subject to annual appropriations, to the Departments of Energy and Commerce and the National Science Foundation over the next 10 years for research and development. It also aims to enhance cooperation between government and industry.

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