2013-08-01 16:18:30

Lawmakers Who Upheld NSA Phone Spying Share Close Financial Ties to Defense Industry

On Wednesday, Congress voted against the Amash amendment. The amendment basically reined in the NSA's phone spying dragnet that costs roughly $600 billion. The vote was defeated, and was introduced by Michigan Republican Justin Amash. The amendment would have blocked funding for NSA surveillance activities that are not limited to specific persons of interest.

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