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November 29, 2012

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Mr. Isaac Doyle Koch

Is this a second about-face to the same bill that would have required warrants recently stripped of said provision?

"Leahy's rewritten bill would allow more than 22 agencies -- including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission -- to access Americans' e-mail, Google Docs files, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter direct messages without a search warrant"?

(http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-57552225-38/senate-bill-rewrite-lets-feds-read-your-e-mail-without-warrants/?part=rss&subj=news&tag=title)

Alliance for Justice

Sen. Grassley has responded to the letter. But it's the kind of response that makes the fact-checkers haul out the "Pants on Fire" graphics. We set the record straight in this post to our Justice Watch Blog: http://afjjusticewatch.blogspot.com/2012/11/grassley-intentionally-misstates.html

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