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Questions Linger over Detainee Compromise

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Questions Linger over Detainee Compromise

Politics

Questions Linger over Detainee Compromise

Questions Linger over Detainee Compromise

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Some Republican senators still have reservations about proposed new standards for detaining terrorism suspects that would limit detainees' legal options for challenging their treatment and imprisonment.

David Welna talks with Madeleine Brand about the unresolved questions over the recent compromise reached by the Bush administration and key senators.