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Groups Urge Swift Passage of Legislation Protecting Email Privacy

A broad coalition of 70 technology companies, trade associations and privacy groups joined The Constitution Project in urging quick...
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Supreme Court Grants Missouri Inmate Opportunity for Federal Review of Death Sentence

On January 20, the U.S. Supreme Court granted Missouri death row inmate Mark Christeson the opportunity to make his case for federal...
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Americans Call Torture ‘Immoral,’ Want Congress to Tighten Laws Against It

According to a new poll commissioned by TCP, an overwhelming bipartisan majority of Americans thinks that torturing people is immoral...
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House Adopts TCP-Backed Rules Change to Reduce Overcriminalization

On January 6, the U.S. House of Representatives adopted a rules change that gives the Judiciary Committee authority to review any...
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