Yes, vaguely. They changed stuff last minute in regards to his gripe about either "law enforcement" issues or "court cases" depending on which media reports you read. Either way, based on breaking coverage throughout the day that likely means they added wording to spell out some boneheaded nit that was essentially a non-issue rather than remove anything. Note in the video above, 1:47 - 2:05 Leahy states it got a 3rd amendment. But this happened so late in the day that the 3rd revision of the now passed bill didn't go up on the Senate website yet. Will likely be there tomorrow. More details in these excellent articles... Freedom of Information Act Reform Prevails over Last-Minute Holds by Sean Moulton, 12/8/2014 http://www.foreffectivegov.org/blog/freedom-information-act-reform-prevails-over-last-minute-holds Senate passes FOIA bill By Burgess Everett 12/8/14 http://www.politico.com/story/2014/12/senate-passes-foia-bill-113403.html ^^That last one includes some stoopid remarks from Rockefeller that makes no sense. Senile old goat needs to GTFO and go retire now. NEST STOP: The House. A bill has to be on the books for 3 days there before they can vote on it. That is just barely enough time to get another late day vote on Thursday, the last day before all the congress critters go home for the holidays and the session ends.