Mr. Amash said he already garnered bipartisan support in the House and Senate with respect to H.R. 4350, a newly offered proposal that would repeal what he called a "cyber surveillance measure" tucked into the omnibus spending plan that lawmakers passed last month to avert a government shutdown.
"I don't think the number of bills introduced is a good metric for how Congress is doing," said Rep. Justin Amash, Michigan Republican. "The right metric is rather we're protecting liberty. That's our job — to come here, follow the Constitution, preserve liberty."