[btlsummary] Federal Court Challenges President's Right to Hold Detainees...
[btlsummary] Federal Court Challenges President's Right to Hold Detainees; "Iraq Summer" Campaign Turns Up Heat on GOP Congressmen; Democrats' Energy Bill Would Increase Greenhouse Gases
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BETWEEN THE LINES THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 29, 2007
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1) Federal Court Challenges President's Right to Hold Detainees without Charge or Trial
Interview with Aziz Hug, attorney with the Brennan Center for Justice, conducted by Scott Harris
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2) "Iraq Summer" Campaign Turns Up Heat on GOP War Supporters In Congress
Interview with Moira Mack, spokesperson with Americans Against Escalation in Iraq, conducted by Scott Harris
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3) Democrats' Energy Bill Would Increase Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Interview with Erich Pica, director of domestic campaigns for Friends of the Earth, conducted by Melinda Tuhus
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4) This week's summary of under-reported news
Compiled by Bob Nixon
CIA is working with Sudan's intelligence service, conflicting with new U.S. sanctions against Darfur genocide.
Bush administration opposes federal Shield Law to protect journalists from being forced to disclose confidential sources, on dubious grounds that the measure could protect terrorists.
Less than 20 percent of eligible low-income kids get free lunches during the summer.
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