In episode 48 of the Grover Norquist Show, ATR President Grover Norquist discusses the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), a bill that is going to stop the IRS and other civil agencies from mucking around in citizen’s emails.

As it currently stands, federal agencies can access private information in emails without a warrant. The ECPA sets out to change that and stop the government from reaching into email correspondence. Of all the bills in the House, the ECPA has the most support with 304 cosponsors– well past the 280 benchmark for a super majority. “Technology changes, but the 4th Amendment doesn’t,” says Grover. For more info click here