DFA Daily — December 19th

December 19, 2013
By Leah Pickett | 2 comments

Headlines from Thursday, December 19:

Obama is Urged to Sharply Curb NSA Data Mining — New York Times

A panel recommended, among other things, that metadata remain in the hands of telecommunications companies, not the NSA.

Senate Passes Bipartisan Budget Agreement — Washington Post

The plan would fund the government through 2015.

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Silicon Valley 2014 House race already ugly: Team Honda compares Ro Khanna to Tea Party, Ted Cruz — SF Gate

The CD-17 race got interesting earlier this month, when the progressive Democracy for America’s Charles Chamberlain backed Honda and called Khanna “a Silicon Valley groupie looking to buy support from wealthy CEOs by promising them their every wish in Washington.”

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