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Unbowed, foes of spying program vow to fight on

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  • Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., comments about the vote on the defense spending bill and his failed amendment that would have cut funding to the National Security Agency's program that collects the phone records of U.S. citizens and residents. The Amash Amendment narrowly lost, 217-205.

      Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., comments about the vote on the defense spending bill and his failed amendment that would have cut funding to the National Security Agency's program that collects the phone records of U.S. citizens and residents. The Amash Amendment narrowly lost, 217-205.
    Associated Press

 
Associated Press

Opponents of the national security agency's collection of hundreds of millions of americans' phone records insist they will press ahead with their challenge to the massive surveillance program after a narrow defeat in the house.

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