Congressional Inaction Could End Controversial Domestic Spying Programi
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Michael Bowman
May 24, 2015 6:15 PM
This week, a US spy agency is reportedly winding down its collection of Americans’ telephone records after Congress failed to reform or extend the once-secret program that expires June 1.

Congressional Inaction Could End Controversial Domestic Spying Program

Michael Bowman

Published May 24, 2015

This week, a US spy agency is reportedly winding down its collection of Americans’ telephone records after Congress failed to reform or extend the once-secret program that expires June 1.


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