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Ashcroft warns of Bush veto on scaled-back Patriot bill
In a letter to Senate leaders, Attorney General John Ashcroft said the changes contemplated by the Security and Freedom Ensured Act, or SAFE, would "undermine our ongoing campaign to detect and prevent catastrophic terrorist attacks."

If the bill reaches President Bush's desk in its current form, Ashcroft said, "the president's senior advisers will recommend that it be vetoed."

The threat comes a week after Bush, in his State of the Union address, called for Congress to reauthorize the Patriot Act before it expires in 2005. The law, passed shortly after the 2001 terror attacks, expanded the government's wiretap and other surveillance authority, removed barriers between FBI and CIA information-sharing, and provided more tools for terror finance investigations.

Civil liberties groups and some lawmakers, including Republicans, believe the act goes too far and endangers the privacy of innocent citizens.

The SAFE Act, which has not yet had a hearing in either the House or Senate, was introduced last fall by Sens. Larry Craig, R-Idaho; Dick Durbin, D-Illinois; and other lawmakers of both parties.

In a statement at the time, Craig said the bill was a "measured" response to concerns that the Patriot Act threatens civil liberties and privacy rights.

"This legislation intends to ensure the liberties of law-abiding individuals are protected in our nation's fight against terrorism, without in any way impeding that fight," Craig said.

The bill would modify so-called "sneak and peek" search warrants that allow for delayed notification of the target of the search. In addition, warrants for roving wiretaps used to monitor a suspect's multiple cell phones would have to make sure the target was present at the site being wiretapped before information could be collected.

The legislation also would reinstate standards in place prior to passage of the Patriot Act regarding library records by forcing the FBI to show it has reason to believe the person involved is a suspected terrorist or spy. In addition, the bill would impose expiration dates on nationwide search warrants and other Patriot Act provisions, providing for congressional review.

Ashcroft, who last year embarked on a national speaking tour in support of the Patriot Act, said the legislation would "make it even more difficult to mount an effective anti-terror campaign than it was before the Patriot Act was passed

Name: George Walker Bush
Birth date: July 6, 1946
Education: Bachelor's degree, Yale University, 1968; MBA, Harvard University, 1975
Military Service: Air National Guard, 1968-1973
Career: Founder/CEO of oil and gas company, 1975-1987; managing general partner, Texas Rangers baseball team, 1989-1998
Elected office: Texas governor, 1994-2000; U.S. president, elected 2000
Family: Wife, Laura; two daughters
Quote: "The course of this conflict is not known, yet its outcome is certain. Freedom and fear, justice and cruelty, have always been at war, and we know that God is not neutral between them."
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olay su. teror saldirilarindan sonra muhafazakar cumhuriyetciler amerikada kisisel hak ve ozgurlukleri kisitlayip guvenlik orgutlerine anayasal haklari ihlal eden bazi yetkiler vermisti. bir suredir kongre ve toplum orgutleri bundan rahatsizdi ve mahkemeler bazi uygulamalari aykiri bularak guvenlik guclerinin aleyhinde hukumler vermeye baslamisti. bu bu trendin bir devami kisisel hak ve ozgurluklerin eski haline getirilmesi yolunda bir yasa. bushun bunu veto etmesi durumuna karsi uyariyor yazi.[signature][hline].~:&:* Let the sunshine in *:&:~.
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