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Congress Votes to End DEA's Invasive Bulk Data Collection Program and Slashes Agency's Budget


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Congress Votes to End DEA's Invasive Bulk Data Collection Program and Slashes Agency's Budget

WASHINGTON - Legislators voted by a simple voice vote last night to end the DEA’s controversial bulk data collection programs, as part of the U.S. House of Representatives' consideration of the Fiscal Year 2016 Commerce, Justice, and Science Appropriations bill. The House also passed three amendments that cut $23 million from the DEA’s budget, and shifted it to fighting child abuse, processing rape test kits, reducing the deficit, and paying for body cameras on police officers to reduce law enforcement abuses.

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The DEA was started by a traitor and is staffed by fellow traitors, the entire feral rogue agency should be closed and every person employed should be on trial for treason then executed.
Not one American working at the entire agency.

Rogue from the start, rogue to the end.