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Controversial defense bill amendments mostly successful

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Several controversial defense spending bill amendments were allowed to come to the House floor for votes Wednesday, and most of them were approved. The only amendment that failed was Rep. Justin Amash's much-anticipated proposal to prohibit the National Security Agency from collecting metadata and phone records from individuals not under investigation. The Michigan Republican's amendment would...

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