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The 217-205 roll call Wednesday by which the House rejected a challenge to the National Security Agency’s secret collection of hundreds of millions of Americans’ phone records.
A “yes” vote was a vote to halt the NSA program; a “no” vote was a vote to allow the program to continue.
Voting yes were 111 Democrats and 94 Republicans.
Voting no were 83 Democrats and 134 Republicans.
X denotes those not voting.
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