House moves for­ward with mod­i­fied FISA bill, but will it be enough to appease hard-lin­ers?

House moves forward with modified FISA bill, but will it be enough to appease hard-liners?

The House Rules Com­mit­tee advanced a mod­i­fied ver­sion of a key fed­er­al sur­veil­lance exten­sion, increas­ing pres­sure on Repub­li­cans to for­go their recent infight­ing and pass the leg­is­la­tion ahead of its sched­uled expi­ra­tion next week.
The com­mit­tee advanced a new pro­pos­al to reau­tho­rize Sec­tion 702 of the For­eign Intel­li­gence Sur­veil­lance Act dur­ing a late-night meet­ing on Thurs­day, adding sev­er­al pro­vi­sions to per­suade a sub­stan­tial num­ber of hard-line con­ser­v­a­tives to back the leg­is­la­tion. The bill is now sched­uled to reach the floor for debate ear­ly Fri­day morn­ing, with a final vote expect­ed lat­er in the day. 
The altered bill comes after 19 Repub­li­cans joined all Democ­rats in vot­ing against a pro­ce­dur­al rule that would have moved the FISA reform bill for­ward, effec­tive­ly putting the House at a stand­still un …