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Groups Want House Hearing on Surveillance Reform Open to the Public

More than twenty privacy, civil liberties, and human rights organizations joined TCP in calling on Congress to hold public hearings...
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Supreme Court Needs to Clarify Determination of Intellectual Disability in Capital Cases, TCP Says

The Supreme Court should consider a case clarifying the standards for determining intellectual disability in death penalty sentences,...
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UPDATED: Groups Request Information on How Many Americans Are ‘Incidentally’ Swept Up in NSA’s Foreign Surveillance

UPDATE: In response to the earlier request from more than 30 civil liberties groups, the Director of National Intelligence sent...
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TCP Backs Unanimous Jury Legislation After Supreme Court Finds Florida’s Death Penalty System Unconstitutional

The Florida Legislature should quickly adopt proposals that would require that juries unanimously agree on whether to impose a death...
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