Despite the bitter partisanship that has gripped Capitol Hill this Congress, the vote to extend FISA was unusually bipartisan, as 42 Republicans, 30 Democrats and one independent supported the measure.
On the “nay” said, a mix of liberal Democrats and conservative Republicans joined forces.
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