As controversial provisions of the Patriot Act near their expiration date, intelligence agencies say they need more powers, not fewer. Their wish list includes the ability to subpoena a wide array of records without judicial approval. We look at the future of the Patriot Act.
Richard Schmitt, covers Justice Department for The Los Angeles Times
Chuck Rosenberg, Chief of Staff to Deputy Attorney General
Peter Swire, Chief Counselor for Privacy in the Clinton administration; law professor at the Ohio State University Law School