October 27, 2007
White House Offers Eavesdropping PapersThe Associated Press:
The White House sought to speed progress on legislation to legalize President Bush's eavesdropping program Thursday by allowing the Senate Judiciary Committee to view classified documents its members have demanded. White House Counsel Fred Fielding offered to let Chairman Patrick Leahy and ranking Republican Arlen Specter see documents that might persuade them to include liability protection for telephone companies in a broader rewrite of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
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