March 20, 2008 | By Tim Jones

Talk Back to the House

It seems somehow appropriate that the House's awesome vote to hold phone companies accountable for illegal spying would happen at the onset of a week dedicated to government transparency. Few things need transparency more than secret government surveillance law, and so we've rebuilt Stop The to help you find where your congressperson stands.

Visit the site to find out how your representative voted. If they stood strong, you can send them a thanks, and if they didn't stand so strong, you can ask them to do better next time.

And as you thank the house, EFF thanks you for giving them the support they needed to cast the right vote!

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