Why Can't the Most Popular Bill in the House Get a Vote?
from National Journal
That was the question Rep. Kevin Yoder asked the House Judiciary Committee on June 25, as he pleaded with his fellow lawmakers to consider bipartisan digital privacy legislation that has now accrued 281 of a possible 435 co-sponsors — making it the most supported bill in Congress to not earn a House vote. Yoder's measure, the Email Privacy Act, would update a decades-old federal law by requiring law enforcement to obtain a search warrant before prying into the content of private emails.
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