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Muted after 9/11, NSA critics find their voice

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WASHINGTON (AP) — After 9/11, there were no shades of gray. There are plenty now. The vigorous debate over the collection of millions of Americans' phone records, underlined by a narrow House vote upholding the practice, buried any notion that it's out of line, even unpatriotic, to challenge the national security efforts of the government. Democrats and Republicans, conservatives and liberals,...

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