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President Urges Renewal of the Antiterrorism Law

President Bush called Tuesday for Congress to renew major parts of the antiterrorism law, setting up an election year fight over national security and civil liberties. In a speech for the first anniversary of the Homeland Security Department, Mr. Bush cast the renewal of the law, the USA Patriot Act, as essential to protecting the United States from terrorist attacks. “Key provisions of the Patriot Act are set to expire next year,” Mr. Bush warned in his remarks to 200 employees of the security department at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center on Pennsylvania Avenue. “The terrorist threat will not expire on that schedule.” Full Story

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