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Court Ruling Throws A Wrench In NSA Reform Negotiations

05/09/2015 11:41 am ET | Updated May 09, 2015
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WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court ruling that the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of phone records is illegal has scrambled bipartisan efforts to overhaul the program, emboldening those who say the efforts do not go far enough and undermining Senate Republican leaders who want to keep the current program in place.

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