Senators defeated a filibuster Tuesday and cleared the path for a full renewal of the government’s chief foreign intelligence-collection program, turning back a coalition of conservatives and liberals who’d tried to impose stiffer checks to protect Americans’ civil liberties. The 60-38 vote sets up final passage as early as Wednesday, just ahead of a Friday deadline…
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