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House Passes Bill Preserving F.B.I. Surveillance Powers

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 11 March 2020
An unusual collection of lawmakers backed the legislation, which would give Americans some new privacy protections and extend legal authority for some F.B.I. investigative tools.
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