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President Discusses Use and Reauthorization of USA PATRIOT Act
President George W. Bush meets with administration official and U. S. Attorneys to talk about the use and reauthorization of the PATRIOT Act in the Roosevelt Room Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006. "This Patriot Act was passed overwhelmingly by the United States Congress in 2001," said the President in his remarks to the press. "Members from both parties came together and said we will give those on the front line of protecting America the tools necessary to protect American citizens, and at the same time, guard the civil liberties of our citizens." White House photo by Eric Draper

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