News Update from Citizens for Legitimate Government
10 Oct 2007
House Democrats defy Bush, approve spy bill 10 Oct 2007 Defying President [sic] George W. Bush, Democrats voted on Wednesday to bolster civil liberties safeguards [?] in his anti-terrorism spying program and refused to shield phone companies from pending lawsuits. The new House bill would not require individual warrants to listen in on Americans communicating with suspected terrorists, unless the U.S. citizen is also a specific target of the surveillance. No warrant would be needed to monitor foreign suspects speaking to each other overseas.