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NPR's David Welna reports on the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2001. Attorney General John Ashcroft presented a draft version of the bill yesterday at the Capitol. The bill would introduce sweeping changes to federal agencies that fight terrorism. Many early opponents are concerned about what the bill may do to citizens' civil liberties.

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