Congress is taking free trips from private companies and SOPA could change the way the internet works
Roll Call's investigative unit has found Congress is cashing in on trips and other freebies from private companies. The money starts when lawmakers are campaigning, but it doesn't necessarily stop when members of Congress are in office. But here's the thing, it's not illegal for them to take some of the trips. Roll Call's Amanda Becker explains.
Also on tonight's show, SOPA could change the way the internet works. Now, some of the biggest websites in the world like Google and Wikipedia are going dark in protest of the anti-piracy bill. Ryan Radia, from the Competitive Enterprise Institute, explains what this legislation would mean and how it pins tech companies against big Hollywood businesses.