April 30, 2007 | By Derek Slater

Take Action Now: Bush Admin. to Push Spying Bill on Tuesday at Key Senate Hearing

Stop Illegal SpyingWe recently reported on a new spying bill [PDF] that could, among other things, threaten cases like EFF's against AT&T. After an initial delay, the Senate Intelligence Committee's hearing on the bill is now set for tomorrow and only the Administration will be allowed to testify.

That makes it is even more important that the public makes its voice heard loud and clear. Congress needs to know that you oppose this legislation and demand immediate investigations into the warrantless spying program.

Visit StopIllegalspying.org now to take action.


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