Lawmaker wants secret US court to hear opposing views when considering surveillance cases

  • by: LARA JAKES , AP National Security Writer
  • Updated: July 25, 2013 - 1:55 PM

WASHINGTON — The secretive court that weighs whether to let the U.S. spy on terror and espionage suspects would have to hear from lawyers arguing against doing so under a new plan introduced Thursday on the heels of Congress' rejection of sharp limits on government surveillance.

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