More than a dozen unrelated organizations are suing the National Security Agency over its electronic surveillance program.

FOX News Radio's Steve Taylor reports from Washington:

Nineteen organizations involved in politics, religion, gun rights, environmental protection, drug law reform and other issues are asking a federal court to order the NSA to stop gathering Americans' email and telephone records.

(Rumold) "The collection of all these organizations' call record information violates the First, Fourth and Fifth Amendments to the Constitution."

Mark Rumold is a lawyer for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a cyber-rights group leading the legal challenge to NSA. No comment on the suit yet from the Justice Department.

In Washington, Steve Taylor, FOX News Radio.