Members of the House Judiciary Committee talked about the attorney general’s proposed anti-terrorism legislation and how it would… read more
Members of the House Judiciary Committee talked about the attorney general’s proposed anti-terrorism legislation and how it would affect civil liberties. Representative Barr said that no civil liberties should be sacrificed under any circumstances, while Representative Gekas contended that the country should be prepared to give up some civil liberties if it means protecting citizens against terrorism. They also responded to viewer comments and questions. close
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