Military Commissions Act by another name

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The National Defense Authorization Act, signed by President Obama last week, contains numerous revisions to the Military Commissions ACT if 2006, but precious little in the way of substantive reform, according to a number of legal and human rights groups who have analyzed the bill.

 William Fischer provides a useful synopsis of pertinent critiques of the bill.

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