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Senators push changes to secret surveillance court before meeting with Obama

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The same day Russia allowed intelligence-leaker Edward Snowden to seek sanctuary inside the country, a group of Democratic senators began a push for changes to a secret U.S. court that approves government surveillance requests for the very programs Snowden exposed. Democratic Sens. Ron Wyden, of Oregon, Richard Blumenthal, of Connecticut, and Tom Udall, of New Mexico, on Thursday unveiled two...

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