Bush Urges Retaining Patriot Act

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President Bush reiterates his proposal to make parts of the 2002 Patriot Act permanent before they expire next year. The president made his remarks in Buffalo, N.Y., the site of the first successful prosecution under the act. Six Arab-Americans from nearby Lackawanna pled guilty to supporting terrorism by visiting al Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.



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