The ACLU opposes NDAA because it contains a sweeping worldwide indefinite detention provision. If it remains in effect, its ambiguous language is likely to remain a threat to fundamental freedoms long after President Obama has moved on.
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A Suffolk Superior Court judge held a secret hearing over the objections of lawyers from the ACLU of Massachusetts, and then impounded all documents and motions filed in the case.
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With ACLU help, Slate reporter Emily Bazelon sought public records about deal reached after suicide of South Hadley High School student Phoebe Prince.
ACLU of Massachusetts and 12 Boston-area organizations mobilize against the National Defense Authorization Act's indefinite detention provision.