US Bipartisan Defend Fourth Amendment

grarpamp grarpamp at
Mon Jul 25 02:38:01 PDT 2016

On matters implicating privacy, such as mass surveillance or the
powers of investigatory agencies, Congress has too often failed to
fulfill its responsibilities. By neglecting to examine basic facts,
and deferring to executive agencies whose secrets preclude meaningful
debate, the body has allowed proposals that undermine constitutional
rights to repeatedly become enshrined in law. In last week’s launch of
a new bipartisan Fourth Amendment Caucus in the House, however, the
Constitution has gained a formidable ally.


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