Portland Weighs FBI Pact, Privacy Concerns

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As a partner in the Joint Terrorism Task Force, Portland, Ore. gets training for some officers and greater access to FBI files. But some city officials are worried that the task force could lead to illicit surveillance of local citizens.

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