HB150 is back on the floor in the form of a substitute. As far as I can see, the primary difference aside from including the modifications and amendments is this text:
113 (7) There is no cause of action against any provider or wire or electronic 114 communication service, or its officers, employees, agents, or other specified persons, for 115 providing information, facilities, or assistance in accordance with the terms of the 116 administrative subpoena issued under this section or statutory authorization.
Which essentially means they won’t hold the ISP liable for violating your privacy without a warrant. How sweet of them. However, this was not in any of my original concerns. It remains unconstitutional and should not be passed.