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How They Voted

'How They Voted' is a series looking at how Alabama elected officials voted on key issues.

April 2024 - National Security & Privacy

Reforming Intelligence and Securing America Act: How Alabama US House Representatives and US Senators voted on the re-authorization of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) H.R. 7888:

The final US House vote took place on April 12th, with the Senate vote passing on April 19th, just after midnight when FISA expired. The bill re-authorizes FISA for two years.

In the US House final vote, Rep Barry Moore was the lone No vote among Alabama US House members.

In the U.S. Senate, Senator Katie Britt voted "Yea" while Senator Tommy Tuberville voted "Nay".

The Fourth Amendment is Not for Sale Act: How Alabama US House Representatives voted April 17th on a bill which would prevent law enforcement and intelligence agencies from purchasing certain data of U.S. Citizens from Data Brokers H.R. 4639. The bill has not been taken up in the U.S. Senate.


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