Majority of state's House members oppose NSA surveillance; Senators split on student loan vote; plus 11 more state stories
WASHINGTON D.C. -- Six of Wisconsin’s eight U.S. House members voted to end the National Security Agency’s collection of Americans’ phone records and e-mails.
That effort fell short, when the House voted 217-to-205 Wednesday to spare the massive surveillance project.
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