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Dear Senators:

I urge you to oppose S. 1631, the FISA Improvements Act of 2013. This bill would give the NSA even more leeway to conduct its vast and overreaching surveillance programs.

More than 600,000 people have told Congress to rein in the NSA. We need to reform these surveillance programs and protect our right to communicate in private.

The FISA Improvements Act would give the NSA even more authority to spy on innocent people. We need more accountability — not more authority — for this agency and these programs.

Please stop the FISA Improvements Act and support real NSA reform.

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    Stop the FISA Improvements Act

    Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s FISA Improvements Act1 would give the NSA even more authority to monitor our phone calls, text messages and every online move.2

    It’s an awful piece of legislation and it must be stopped.

    We need real reform of the government’s surveillance programs, not this fake fix that Sen. Feinstein and a handful of NSA cheerleaders are trying to sneak through Congress.

    ╩╝Tis the season for quietly ushering through horrible bills before Congress goes home for the holidays.

    We can't let the FISA Improvements Act move forward.

    Sign this petition and urge your senators to kill this bill.


    1. S.1631, FISA Improvements Act of 2013:

    2. “Dianne Feinstein's Fake Surveillance Reform Bill,” ACLU, Nov. 11, 2013:

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