Sen. Patrick Leahy says he's optimistic that his plan to curtail the Obama Administration's electronic surveillance program will be approved by Congress in the coming weeks.
Unless Congress acts by the end of this month, the Patriot Act will expire. Included in the legislation is something known as Section 215. This provision gives the Obama Administration the authority to collect hundreds of millions of phone records in an effort to thwart a future terrorist attack.
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