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Obama Signs Patriot Act Renewal

May 27, 2011
The law signed late Thursday was initially passed after the 9/11 attacks and authorizes law enforcement authorities to get court approval to obtain "roving wiretaps" on suspected foreign agents with multiple modes of communications, track non-American "lone wolves" suspected of terrorism, and obtain certain business records and even library records.

Senate Approves Patriot Act Provisions

February 16, 2011
The provisions give law enforcement access to business and library records with judicial approval. They also permit roving wiretaps on terrorism suspects who change numbers, and allow surveillance of foreign terrorism suspects who appear unaffiliated with known groups such as Al-Qaeda.

Patriot Act Renewal Curbs LE Use of Anti-Terror Tools

March 9, 2006
Law enforcement officials get to keep their anti-terror tools, but with some new curbs, under the USA Patriot Act renewal passed by the House in a cliffhanger vote.

Patriot Act Moves Closer to Renewal

February 16, 2006
The Senate pushed the Patriot Act a step closer to renewal Thursday, overwhelmingly rejecting an effort to block it. Passage is expected next month for extending the law that was passed weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks as a weapon to help the government track terror suspects.

Patriot Act Provision Ruled Unconstitutional

September 30, 2004
A federal judge has ruled unconstitutional a section of the Patriot Act that had allowed the FBI to request businesses’ financial records to investigate terrorism.

Ashcroft Defends Patriot Act

August 20, 2003
Attorney General John Ashcroft has launched a campaign to defend the anti-terrorism law passed shortly after 9/11. The law, often called the USA Patriot Act, has received harsh criticism for giving the government too much power over the rights of citizens and immigrants.
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