CAIR-MI: First Challenge to NSA Wiretapping is Today

The National Security Agency's surveillance program faces its first major court test today before a veteran federal judge in Detroit.

In January, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Michigan branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations and several individuals, who said they feared the government was spying on them, filed a 60-page lawsuit seeking to have the warrantless wiretapping program declared unconstitutional.


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