Republicans Oppose Domestic Terrorism Bill in the Senate

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Senate Republicans oppose a bill passed by the House that would allow the government to investigate minor domestic terrorism.  “I’m completely opposed to this idea that we would be giving the federal government and federal law enforcement power and authority to surveil Americans, to engage in any kind of monitoring of speech that is directed toward censorship. I think it’s extremely frightening and I can’t believe they haven’t learned their lesson from the disinformation board debacle,” said Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.).