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Patriot Act author aims to end NSA bulk collections in new legislation

October 10th, 2013
Categories: News, Politics, Police State

Link: http://rt.com/usa/patriot-act-reform-bulk-collection-005/

Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-OH) helped construct intelligence-gathering power for government agencies:Patriot Act, said recent National Security Agency revelations shown these powers have been taken too far: broad collection of phone records of all Americans.Time “to put program out of business.

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