In Switch, ACLU Won't Use Federal 'Watch List'

The ACLU reverses a decision to screen prospective employees using federal "watch lists." The organization, which has vigorously opposed the lists of people who are suspected of possibly having ties to terrorists, is rescinding a written agreement to consult the lists. Hear ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero, board member Wendy Kaminer and NPR's Liane Hansen.

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