I was reading this Washington Post article, and saw this line:
The Senate voted 69 to 26 Thursday afternoon to start debating the [FISA reauthorization] bill, which would extend for six years the government’s ability to collect from U.S. companies the emails and other communications of foreign targets located outside the United States.
I want to find out how my senators (Dianne Feinstein and Kamela Harris) voted. Searching for recent Senate roll calls, I found this one, which says it was associated with S. 139 and the count was 68-27 rather than 69-26. I couldn't find any other roll call votes with similar totals on January 11, so I assumed this was the right one despite the numerical discrepancy and the fact that the bill's description does not mention FISA.
However, when I clicked through to the Senate's webpage on S. 139, it claims that the bill not only passed the Senate in May 2017, but that it was by unanimous consent, which seems profoundly unlikely given that Ron Wyden recently said he would filibuster it. I also don't understand why the Senate would need to vote on a motion to proceed for a bill which already passed the chamber.
What is the actual status of the FISA bill in the Senate? Did the Washington Post misreport the vote, or am I looking at the wrong information? Or is the Senate's website incorrect?