Lawmakers who upheld NSA spying received double in donations from defense 
On Wednesday, the House voted 217 to 205 not to defund the controversial NSA surveillance programs. It turns out that the lawmakers who voted no on the Amash amendment, and wanted to keep the government program fully funded, received twice as much in campaign financing from the intelligence and defense industry as the 205 “yes” voters. An investigation performed at the request of WIRED found out on Friday that House members who voted to continue the phone-call-metadata program by the NSA received an average of 122 percent more money from defense contractors than those who voted to defund it.
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Lawmakers who upheld NSA spying received double in donations from defense 

On Wednesday, the House voted 217 to 205 not to defund the controversial NSA surveillance programs. It turns out that the lawmakers who voted no on the Amash amendment, and wanted to keep the government program fully funded, received twice as much in campaign financing from the intelligence and defense industry as the 205 “yes” voters. An investigation performed at the request of WIRED found out on Friday that House members who voted to continue the phone-call-metadata program by the NSA received an average of 122 percent more money from defense contractors than those who voted to defund it.

http://www.examiner.com/article/lawmakers-who-upheld-nsa-spying-received-double-donations-from-defense