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Judge Upholds Anti-Terrorist Advisory Board Secrecy

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· Story link A federal judge in Washington ruled that a government commission charged with advising the president on ways…

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A federal judge in Washington ruled that a government commission charged with advising the president on ways to prevent terrorist attacks does not have to disclose records of its meetings. The Center for Arms Control and Non-Prolifteration had challenged the records denial by the Commission on Intelligence Capabilities, created by President Bush in 2004. (7/1/8)