Government Surveillance Powers
On Passage
Senate Roll Call No. 146
108th Congress, 1st Session

Passed: 90-4 (see complete tally)
On May 8, 2003 the Senate passed the so-called "Lone Wolf" Act (S. 113) by a vote of 90 to 4. The ACLU opposed this legislation because it would unnecessarily expand government surveillance powers, violate the Fourth Amendment by allowing surveillance without probable cause and would not address underlying problems with intelligence agencies. (Roll Call Vote No. 146)

Vote Map: Senate Roll Call No. 146
Votes For : 90
Votes Against : 4
Not Voting : 6