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Obama and Republicans divided on terror issues
Wednesday - 11/10/2010, 9:10pm EST
Human rights advocates have been pushing the administration to go ahead and make decisions about the treatment of alleged terrorists. Looming large over the issue is a relatively new law that requires the president to give 45 days advance notice to Congress before bringing anyone held at Guantanamo bay over to the U.S.
If Obama wants to get new criminal trials going, Congress has what amounts to a month and a half to try to stop him.
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