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Anti-Terrorist Legislation & Civil Liberties, what's really at stake?

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CAN TV Community Forum presents...
"Anti-Terrorist Legislation & Civil Liberties"
on(cable channel)CAN TV21 Saturday, Feb. 2, @ 10:00 p.m.
Get more information about the laws that are being passed in the name of liberty.
Tune in and Watch CAN TV!
CAN TV Community Forum presents...
"Anti-Terrorist Legislation & Civil Liberties"
on(cable channel)CAN TV21
Saturday, February 2nd, @ 10:00 p.m.

Get more information about the laws that are being passed in the name of American "freedom". Melinda Power of the West Town Community Law Office and Emile Schepers of The Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights discuss with Community Forum host, James Martinez, the details of the "Patriot Act" and other legislation that will impact our civil liberties.

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CAN TV is non-commercial and 90% local. People communicate using the channels without interference from station management, advertisers or government officials. Thousands of groups and residents have taken advantage of the training, facilities and channel capacity available to them as a result of a franchise agreement between the City of Chicago and the city's cable operators. Research conducted in 1997 shows that 92% of Chicago residents and 93% of CAN TV nonprofit clients believe that CAN TV is valuable to the community.
 
 

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