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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved a three-year extension of three post-Sept. 11 surveillance practices but voted to end another one. The panel opposed an investigative tool, known as national security letters, that compels

Reported By Justin Tyme

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Comment by Joe Tittiger
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I am so glad that the sheeple elected a Republican majority so things like this would not happen aren't you?
(Really  I think 99% of the public is too stupid to  vote)

Comment by Joseph Cronin
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 Bush's Patriot Act was and is blatantly Unconstitutional . Once again our self absrbed incpmpetant Senate has slapped the people in the face . The Judiciary Chairman and his flunkies deserve the same . If you are not for me , you are against me .....Jesus

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