Creation of a Civil Liberties Board
On Agreeing to the Amendment
House Roll Call No. 510
108th Congress, 2nd Session

Failed: 203-213 (see complete tally)
On October 7, 2004, the House rejected -- by a vote of 203 to 213 -- an amendment to the 9/11 Commission Implementation Act (H.R. 10) to remove dangerous Patriot 2 and anti-immigrant provisions while adding a strong and independent civil liberties board. The ACLU supported this amendment because, while this amendment did not alleviate all of the ACLU's concerns over H.R. 10, it would have been a strong move in the right direction. (Roll Call Vote No. 510)

Vote Map: House Roll Call No. 510
Votes For : 203
Votes Against : 213
Not Voting : 17