(NBC) The NSA’s controversial data collection program expires in three days, and officials say they’ve already started a shutdown.
At midnight on June 1st, the NSA would stop collecting the meta data on every call in America.
The House has approved a new plan: phone companies would store the records, and the Federal government would need a warrant to see it.
The program, so far, has bi-partisan support.
The Senate will convene on Sunday to try and keep the program from being interrupted.
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