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August 2, 2013 7:12 PM

High-ranking Senate Democrat joins calls to disclose NSA collection programs

The Senate’s No. 2 Democrat on Friday joined the growing push in Congress against the National Security Agency’s sweeping collection of cellphone records, announcing that the Senate Appropriations Committee had approved a measure that would require the agency to make public declarations about the once-secret program.

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