House reaches bi-partisan deal to reauthorize surveillance

House reaches bi-partisan deal to reauthorize surveillance

House members have struck an apparent bipartisan agreement on changes to and reauthorization of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Reauthorization is needed by Sunday when three of the law’s provisions expire. The Rules Committee posted the agreement on Tuesday to be debated Tuesday evening looking to vote on Wednesday. Majority Leader Hoyer and Minority Leader McCarthy expressed optimism.

Chris Cahill
Chris Cahill 3 weeks

Of course they would why would government ever give up power

Icepick 3 weeks

got to keep a close eye on those peasants.

Trumplestiltskinhead 3 weeks

And this is how you know the Dem establishment is more cared about giving the Military Industrial Complex powers for mass surveillance of the American people to keep us under their thumb, than prevent a racist fascist from obtaining the untold powers of the surveillance state. These clowns will be responsible when the next Trump comes to office and puts his authoritarian boot on our necks, and suspends civil liberties. Luckily trump is too lazy and incompetent, but the next one won’t be.

Adam Marceau
Adam Marceau 3 weeks

this needs to be shot down without substantial reforms

Jon 3 weeks

Jim Jordon should be in jail for covering up sexual abuse, what a scum bag.

David 3 weeks


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