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Vote on Spying Subpoenas Delayed


A senator has delayed a Judiciary Committee vote on whether to subpoena Justice Department documents related to domestic eavesdropping.

Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., delayed the vote on subpoenas related to the National Security Agency program for a week, the New York Times reports.

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