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Thanks to an outdated law, government bureaucrats can read your old emails without a warrant.

But a majority of Congressmen in the House of Representatives support a bill that would close this loophole and protect your Constitutional rights.

Hundreds of lawmakers have co-sponsored new legislation – HR 1852, The Email Privacy Act – to make sure the government obeys the Constitution and obtains a warrant to read ANY of your emails.

We need to pass this bill!

Call incoming House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and tell him to help pass this bill. We need to protect our rights now.

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Helpful Points:

- The Email Privacy Act ensures that law enforcement obtains a warrant for ALL email correspondences.

- Right now, government bureaucrats can look at emails older than 180 days without a warrant.

- The U.S. Constitution requires law enforcement retrieve a warrant to search through a citizen’s belongings.

- Incoming House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy can help bring this bill to the floor for a vote.