Republican Senator Rand Paul said he plans to block any U.S. Senate action to re-authorize surveillance programs that face a June 1 deadline unless he gets a vote on ending the bulk collection of phone-call data.

“What I’m looking for right now is to see if the other side will negotiate,” Paul of Kentucky said Tuesday on the “CBS This Morning” program.

“I would like to have a vote on ending the bulk collection,” he said. “I think we can win that vote.”

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