(Washington Post) Anna Smith is a mother of two who lives in North Idaho, works the night shift as a nurse and goes to the gym a lot. She rarely follows the news and knows little about the debate over government surveillance and privacy that has rocked Washington in recent weeks.

None of that is stopping her from suing the president of the United States.

Smith is the plaintiff in one of the suits filed over the government’s sweeping collection of telephone and Internet records, and her attorney is her husband.

Has government snooping gone too far, or is it all necessary for national security?

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