Tuesday, February 14, 2006

ABA calls on Bush to stop domestic surveillance or change laws

The American Bar Association called on President Bush Monday to stop warrantless domestic surveillance or change the laws to make it legal. At the Association's midyear meeting in Chicago the ABA's policy-setting House of Delegates voted on several policy proposals set out in the report of a special ABA task force set up to investigate the domestic surveillance initiative and adopted a resolution stating that both national security and constitutional freedoms need to be protected.

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