Landmark decision will have little impact on benefits because a 2013 ruling opened up many to federal workers and retirees in same-sex marriages.
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Bill targets employees who could be fired or suspended for violating agency policy, or for committing a serious crime.
Government has obligation to further help millions of employees affected by massive security lapse, advocates say.
FBI director reportedly provided the estimate to lawmakers in closed-door briefings.