From the Washington Post, an article about the Congressional Research Service concluding that the Bush administration, "violated the National Security Act by limiting its briefings about a warrantless domestic eavesdropping program to congressional leaders." From the article:
The Congressional Research Service opinion said that the amended 1947 law requires President Bush to keep all members of the House and Senate intelligence committees "fully and currently informed" of such intelligence activities as the domestic surveillance effort. The memo from national security specialist Alfred Cumming is the second report this month from CRS to question the legality of aspects of Bush's domestic spying program. A Jan. 6 report concluded that the administration's justifications for the program conflicted with current law.
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