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 August 31, 2013  Court, Govt

Nusrat Choudhury of the ACLU trumpets the great news:

A federal court took a critically important step late yesterday towards placing a check on the government’s secretive No-Fly List. In a 38-page ruling in Latif v. Holder, the ACLU’s challenge to the No-Fly List, U.S. District Court Judge Anna Brown recognized that the Constitution applies when the government bans Americans from the skies. She also asked for more information about the current process for getting off the list, to inform her decision on whether that procedure violates the Fifth Amendment guarantee of due process.

Read more on ACLU, and congratulations to the ACLU on their win for civil liberties.

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