Udall's Priority On NSA: 'The Freedom To Be Left Alone'

Democratic Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado is a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee. He's long pushed for reforming the National Security Agency's surveillance practices, and he met with President Obama Thursday to discuss his proposals. Audie Cornish speaks with Sen. Udall about the meeting.



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