"Given recent wide-ranging abuses of American privacy, the legislature should be applauded for voting time and time again to require state and local law enforcement to get a warrant before spying on Mainers," said Shenna Bellows, executive director of the ACLU of Maine, which supported all four bills. "The legislature should redouble its commitment to bringing our privacy laws up to speed, and vote to override the vetoes . . . As technology advances, Maine's police practices must remain in line with the Constitution."