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Bush Compromises On Spying Program

Switching course on one of his most controversial anti-terrorism policies, President Bush agreed yesterday to submit the administration’s warrantless surveillance program to a court for constitutional review. A deal negotiated between the White House and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) came with conditions. Bush is insisting that Congress first give him new leeway in some areas of surveillance and that all lawsuits challenging his eavesdropping policy be funneled to a Washington-based intelligence court that operates in secret. Full Story

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