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Law and Disorder January 9, 2006


  • Hosts Michael Ratner and Heidi Boghosian discuss the political and constitutional fallout trailing behind the Graham/Levin Amendment.


Bush Fema Photo

Lawfirm sues FEMA to keep Hurricane Katrina victims from being evicted from temporary hotels.

Guest – Danny Greenberg, special counsel for pro bono work at Schulte Roth & Zabel’s


The International Commission of Inquiry On Crimes Against Humanity Committed by the Bush Administration. January 20-22, 2006

Guest – Clark Kissenger, convener of the Bush Commission.


Alito Hearings: Why did the Bush administration bypass the “rubber stamp” FISA court before wiretapping U.S. citizens?

Guest – Bill Goodman – Legal Director with the Center for Constitutional Rights


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