June 13, 2007 | By Derek Slater

Senate Committee Sets Subpoena Vote for NSA Docs

On the heels of Representatives in the House threatening to subpoena documents related to NSA's domestic spying program, the NY Times reports that the Senate Judiciary Committee has now set a vote on whether to authorize subpoenas.


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