Surveillance State Repeal Act: Real Reform or Just More Posturing?

American Everyman

by Scott Creighton

The Surveillance State Repeal Act (H.R. 1466), submitted in the House of Representatives by lawmakers Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) and Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) is turning a few heads in Washington.

The bill promises to do a number of things many of us out here on the fringes have been calling for over the past decade or so like repealing the Patriot Act and erasing all that data the government has been collecting and storing on us for over a decade.

The question is: is it a real effort at reform or merely posturing on the part of a few representatives making ready for 2016?

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