ACLU Sues over Patriot Act Search Powers

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The American Civil Liberties Union files a lawsuit charging that the Patriot Act grants the government surveillance powers that violate Fourth Amendment protections against illegal searches. And attendees at a public forum in Detroit blast Justice Department officials and call the Patriot Act unconstitutional. Hear Tracy Samilton of Michigan Radio.

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