House Passes FISA

The House passed a rewrite of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, 293 to 129, that includes retroactive immunity for telecommunications companies.

The outcome is considered a win for the White House and loss for liberals.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers (D-Mich.) expressed his displeasure, calling the result "unacceptable."

"Every American deserves their day in court, and we deserve to learn the truth about the President

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