Davis: tracking U.S. foes has to be done carefully
An area congressman said the government needs to have the ability to track down those who want to attack America, but it has to be done the right way.
The House narrowly defeated a resolution on Wednesday by a vote of 217 to 205 that would have amended the National Security Agency's authority on collecting phone data.
Republican Representative Rodney Davis of Tayorlville, who voted for the bill, said the House sent a message with that vote that a section of the Patriot Act needs to be changed.
Davis made the comments Thursday on the WDWS Morning Show.