Today, the House of Representatives is expected to pass a bill that would end the NSA's bulk collection of phone records.
But the White House is under fire for making last-minute changes to the measure.
Under the plan, phone companies would keep the records not the NSA.
And the spy agency would need court approval to see them.
But the measure now allows wider searches and civil liberties groups are calling the revisions made by the white house overly broad.
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