Connecticut’s two U.S. senators are sounding cautious over work facing Congress in reforming NSA surveillance practices as proposed by President Barack Obama.
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy said in an interview Thursday that he spoke with European Parliament members and others this week and is concerned about threats to “cut off participation in some really important anti-terrorist organizations.”
Senator Chris Murphy is headed overseas to discuss surveillance allegations involving the NSA and European allies. Murphy today announced he’ll lead a bipartisan delegation to meet with leaders from several European countries. The senator chairs […]
Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is calling National Security Agency electronic surveillance of some of America’s closest allies “outrageous.”