If you see something, say something - and don't worry about getting sued.

That's the push Rep. Pete King is making in Congress, hoping to expand liability protection for people who report something fishy that could indicate a terror plot.

"Good citizens who report suspicious activity should not have to worry about being sued," said King, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee.

A 2007 law only covers tips made on passenger transportation - but not by the man on the street, like hero Times Square vendors Lance Orton and Duane Jackson.

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