Aug 182013
 August 18, 2013  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Will Baude writes:

I’ve seen some chatter on the internet about the possibility of a member of Congress disclosing classified information. For example, the Hill discusses thisRolling Stone interview in which Senator Ron Wyden said that he considered (and apparently rejected) disclosing classified information about NSA activities on the floor of the Senate.

How would this work? Bruce Ackerman suggests that members of Congress ought to simply read classified information into the public record (“The moment of truth is now”). But Congressional procedure maven Michael Stern argues that this is a little hasty

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