Still in the dark, Congress shouldn’t approve wiretaps
that will lead to improper domestic eavesdropping
Published on: 05/09/07 The Bush administration is trying to keep Congress — and the American public — in the dark about illegal domestic spying by the federal government.
Lawmakers already know far too little about White House efforts to eavesdrop on Americans and examine their personal lives. The latest administration proposal includes language that could make it even more difficult for members of Congress — and the public — to monitor government surveillance in the United States.
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