About time, I’d say. The story along with the historical line is at the link below.
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Wednesday approved a bill that will overhaul rules on terrorist surveillance while giving the Bush administration a win it had sought for months: legal immunity for telecommuncations companies that helped in its secret eavesdropping program.
The Senate approved the changes to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act on a 69-28 vote.
The action sends the bill the president’s desk. The House approved the measure last month…