Surveillance Reform Stalemate In Congress Doesn’t Reflect Public Opinion

NSA Reform The ACLU on Monday released a survey that found 60 percent of American voters want to see modifications to the PATRIOT Act, the post 9/11 law that created the nation’s modern intelligence apparatus. The polling comes as the Republican leadership attempts to halt surveillance reform in the Senate. Read More

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