Six Senate Democrats introduced a data breach bill, the Consumer Privacy Protection Act, on Thursday. The bill, proposed by Patrick Leahy (Vt.) and supported by Richard Blumenthal (Conn.), Al Franken (Minn.), Ed Markey (Mass.), Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) and Ron Wyden (Ore.), would not trump stronger state data-breach laws. Two other data-breach bills were recently introduced in the Senate, and a third competing bill could come later this week, the Hill reports.