NSA’s Domestic Surveillance Coming Up For Vote

The White House and House leaders urged the Senate on Thursday to take up a bill that would end the National Security Agency’s collection of American phone records while preserving other surveillance powers set to expire June 1. Senators are divided with that deadline nearing for the continued use of counter terrorism provisions that law enforcement officials say are critical.

It’s all a bit of a complicated play at this point, and Mary discusses how leaders are hoping or not hoping things work out.

ABC’s Mary Bruce joined us to discuss.