Contrasting Rulings Could Take The NSA To The Supreme Court
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December 30, 2013

Via PBS News Hour:

On December 27, 2013 a federal judge ruled that the government's collection of phone records is constitutional. This, in contrast to another federal judge's ruling just 11 days earlier that said it likely wasn't. The case ultimately might be headed to the Supreme Court. The New York Times' Adam Liptak on what might come next.


HARI SREENIVASAN: We wanna turn now to an important story that broke late Friday, a federal judge’s ruling that the collection of phone records is constitutional. This in contrast to another federal judge’s ruling just a few days earlier that said i...

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