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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Human rights legislation named after an anti-graft lawyer who died in a Russian jail is likely to be considered by a Senate committee this spring, the panel's chairman Senator John Kerry said on Tuesday. The Sergei Magnitsky bill would require the United States to deny visas and freeze the assets of Russians or others with links to his detention and death, as well as those …

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