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BREAKING *****NDAA VOTE *****TOMORROW (11/29) RE: To Revoke or Narrow The Indefinite Detention Powers

 
NowUNoIT
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BREAKING *****NDAA VOTE *****TOMORROW (11/29) RE: To Revoke or Narrow The Indefinite Detention Powers
"NDAA Vote THURSDAY: Tell Senate to end indefinite detention

UPDATE: A Senate staffer just told us the vote is likely to be TOMORROW (Thursday) afternoon. We're updating this post to reflect that -- Please contact the Senate before then!

Because there are several amendments in play, our ask is broad and simple: Please urge your Senators to support any and all amendments to revoke or narrow indefinite detention powers."

Source: [link to act.demandprogress.org]
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Thread: Newest Version Of The NDAA Protects Americans From Indefinite Detention

However...

"A group of journalists and activists successfully sued the government over the indefinite detention provisions of the 2012 NDAA on the grounds that certain terms were unconstitutionally vague, but Appeals Court Judge Raymond Lohier reinstated the indefinite detention provisions in October. The case will probably go all the way to the Supreme Court."
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