Bid to extend U.S. surveillance tools stalls after Trump threatens veto

Credit: Reuters- Published on May 28, 2020
An effort to extend parts of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) stalled in the U.S. Congress on Wednesday, after President Donald Trump promised to veto it and Republicans withdrew their support.
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Published on May 28, 2020 -  00:37
Here's Looking At You? House Drops Surveillance Bill For Now
The House of Representatives is dropping consideration of legislation that would have extended US surveillance tools. The move came after President Donald Trump threatened a veto and his fellow Republicans withdrew their support. The two-thirds of the Republican Party that voted for this bill in March have indicated they are going to vote against it now. Rep.

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