ACLU Seeks Court’s Spying Rulings

[Reuters] The American Civil Liberties Union said it is asking a federal court to disclose its recent legal opinions on the Bush administration’s authority to engage in secret wiretapping of Americans. … The ACLU said such an unusual disclosure was needed because of legislation adopted by Congress over the weekend to temporarily expand the government’s power to conduct electronic surveillance without a court order in tracking foreign enemy suspects.

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