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The House on Thursday will again take up a bill that would extend until December key provisions of the Patriot Act counterterrorism surveillance law, two days after the measure fell seven votes short of the super-majority required for passage under fast-track rules.
The bill will be brought up again under a "closed rule," meaning that no amendments can be offered. It will need only a simple majority to pass instead of the two-thirds that was required on Tuesday.
That means that the bill wi
That means that the bill will likely be approved.
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
reply to post by ModernAcademia
I can't say anything about this. Unreal.
the only thing i can think to do that even makes sense is to pick up 2 more boxes of ammo today.