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Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) responds to reporters' questions as he leaves the Senate floor after making remarks on a rare working Sunday, on Capitol Hill, in Washington May 31, 2015. Lawmakers were called back from recess to debate the expiration of the Patriot Act, which has divided Congress because of its domestic surveillance programs. REUTERS/Mike Theiler
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