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Antiterrorism Law Defended as Hearings Start

The Justice Department stood firm on Tuesday in opposing wide-ranging efforts to limit the government’s ability to demand library records and conduct secret searches in intelligence investigations, but it did agree to minor modifications in the sweeping antiterrorism law passed after the Sept. 11 attacks. “The department has no interest in rummaging through the library records or the medical records of Americans,” Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales told the Senate Judiciary Committee. Full Story

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