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Patriot Act #796955

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 21, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The Congressional debate over renewing the Patriot Act and increased security on mass transit in the US, including New York City, where police will begin random searches of passengers’ bags, reported.

(Capitol: Chip Reid) The Patriot Act debate over laws allowing federal agents to spy on terror suspects, reviewed; details given of the concern about balancing security with civil liberties; scenes shown of a newly-discovered tunnel under the Canadian border. [Representatives Christopher SHAYS†, Louis GOHMERT†, Dana ROHRABACHER†, Tammy BALDWIN†, Candice MILLER†- express views.]

Williams, Brian;
Reid, Chip

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