Eavesdropping Earns Mixed Reviews in Nebraska

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Three Nebraskans: Connie Mahaney, Scott Wendt, Ali Al-Basam

Three Nebraskans with an opinion on domestic surveillance: Connie Mahaney, Scott Wendt and Ali al-Basam. David Greene, NPR hide caption

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President Bush insists his program allowing eavesdropping on international phone calls to the United States is legal. In Nebraska, some people express reservations about the surveillance, but others say it's necessary for the war on terrorism.

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