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Hoekstra on Bipartisan Protect America Act Compromise

Rep. Pete Hoekstra, ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee, addresses the need to renew the Protect America Act. Signed into law in August 2007, the bill expired Feb. 16, 2008, greatly complicating the task of the intelligence services and the telecommunications companies that must cooperate with them to make their efforts efficient and effective. U.S. Thwarts 19 Terrorist Attacks Against America Since 9/11 http://www.heritage.org/Research/HomelandDefense/bg2085.cfm Green Light on Terrorism http://www.heritage.org/Press/Commentary/ed022608a.cfm 'We Have Lost Intelligence Information This Past Week' http://blog.heritage.org/2008/02/22/we-have-lost-intelligence-information-this-past-week/ See No Danger? Hear No Danger? Congress Missing in Action! http://www.heritage.org/Research/HomelandDefense/hl1062.cfm
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