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C4L Applauds Passage of Massie-Lofgren NSA Amendment

 
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C4L Applauds Passage of Massie-Lofgren NSA Amendment

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty President John Tate released the following statement regarding Thursday night’s overwhelming vote to pass the Massie-Lofgren amendment to H.R. 4870, the 2015 Department of Defense Appropriations Act. The amendment, which passed 293-123, prohibits the National Security Agency from conducting warrantless searches of Americans’ electronic communications and denies funding for NSA […]


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Have you called your rep. yet?

A vote on the Massie-Lofgren amendment to the FY 2015 Department of Defense Appropriations Act is expected tonight, so if your representative hasn’t yet heard from you, please call and/or email them right away! The Massie-Lofgren amendment would rein in the NSA by denying funds for so-called “backdoor surveillance” and warrantless searches of Americans’ electronic […]


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Action Alert: Support the Massie-Lofgren NSA Amendment!

This morning, Campaign for Liberty President John Tate sent a letter to the House of Representatives urging passage of the Massie-Lofgren Amendment to rein in the NSA by denying funds for so-called “backdoor surveillance” and warrantless searches of Americans electronic communications under Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act. Read the full letter below, then […]


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Support Massie Amendment to end Warrantless Surveillance!

A bipartisan collation of members are offering an amendment to the Defense Department Appropriations Bill forbidding the use of funds to conduct warrantless surveillance of American citizens. Passing this amendment would be a major step forward in the battle to restore the Fourth Amendment. Among the members in the bipartisan coalition are Representative Thomas Massive […]


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One Year Later: Still, No Place to Hide

There’s no denying that Edward Snowden’s actions have changed the political landscape surrounding the surveillance state. Unfortunately, at this very moment, the national security statists are preparing to toast each other in victory for having overcome overwhelming odds and beat back the push for citizens to take their privacy back. I’m referring of course to […]


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