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The Senate passes a reauthorization of a key US surveillance program just after a midnight deadline

  • The Senate passed a two-year reauthorization of FISA's warrantless surveillance program by a 60-34 vote to prevent a lapse in intelligence gathering capabilities.
  • The legislation extends Section 702 of FISA with bipartisan support, avoiding restrictions on FBI data searches and ensuring surveillance continuity.
  • Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer commended the last-minute reauthorization, preventing potential expiration of the spy program at midnight.
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