Court rules FBI terrorist watchlist being used unconstitutionally

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A U.S. District Court recently ruled that the FBI’s terrorist watchlist, used in part in airline passenger screening, is unconstitutional — or at least the way the government is using it. Does that render the list useless, or can the government revamp the program surrounding it? For some answers, Jacques Singer-Emery, editor-in-chief of the National Security Law Journal, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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