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How Obama’s allies shed their objections to extraordinary government surveillance

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Under the Bush administration, Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Mark Agrast worked hard to curtail U.S. government surveillance of individuals whom the government didn’t have a warrant to surveil. Agrast wrote about Bush administration overreaches, and called for greater judicial supervision. He lobbied Congress on these issues, according to CAP’s lobbying filings. Today, Agrast...

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