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CRS Memorandum: Presidential Authority to Conduct Warrentless Electronic Surveillance to Gather Foreign Intelligence Information

January 5, 2006

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Can the President legally authorize National Security Agency personnel to monitor Americans without a warrant or court order? In a recent report, Congressional Research Service attorneys analyze the legal underpinnings of the debate.

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