Connecticut librarians force new chapter on gag orders
By THOMAS B. SCHEFFEY
The past decade’s War on Terror, and The Patriot Act, according to a wide range of Connecticut lawyers, have not only corroded the Bill of Rights, they’ve done little for the practice of law.
“The U.S.A. Patriot Act will be seen by historians as a black mark against the honor of this nation,” declared a 2005 Law Tribune editorial, noting that its hundreds of pages of legislation “were voted on in ignorance by much of the U.S. House and Senate.”
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