House closes its doors to discuss FISA bill; only 5th closed session in entire history

House expected to vote on Democratic surveillance bill Friday afternoon; Bush promises veto

Mar 14, 2008 WASHINGTON (AP) — The House held an unusual closed-door session to talk about classified intelligence gathering in anticipation of a vote Friday on a warrantless eavesdropping bill. The Democratic bill would set rules for the government’s surveillance of phone calls and e-mails. President Bush has vowed to veto it. Full Report