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The Latest NDAA Has Sparked an Unexpected Debate Over Judicial Security and the First Amendment

1 month ago   |   By The New Republic

The House of Representatives passed the behemoth $858 billion annual defense bill on Thursday in a 350-80 vote. Among its many provisions is one aimed at improving security for federal judges , which became part of the final bill despite some criticism from judicial watchdog groups. The provision, known as the Daniel Anderl Judicial Security and Privacy Act of 2022, would generally forbid the unauthorized disclosure of a judge's personal information or that of an immediate family member. It would cover home addresses, phone numbers, license plate details, and information about...
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