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Boehner Backs Ending NSA Collection of Bulk Data

Speaker John A. Boehner on Wednesday backed for the first time the end of the National Security Agency’s collection of bulk data, expressing support for a bipartisan bill that would reform the way the government engages in domestic surveillance.

The Ohio Republican endorsed a bipartisan bill that would allow private companies to store the telephone metadata, rather than the government.

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