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Fang-Face writes "In the continuing saga of USAPA, the law has suffered another setback. An article from Reuters,
and reprinted at CommonDreams.org, reports that a federal judge has struck down as unconstitutional the provision forbidding people from admitting they had been interrogated or interviewed under USAPA. This means that librarians can now put us signs saying that the FBI had indeed been in the library under S.215 -- should it ever happen or if it already has."