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Potsdam Takes Stand on Civil Liberties

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The village of Potsdam became the first northern New York community to go on record against a controversial aspect of the USA Patriot Act of 2001, which allows law enforcement agencies to secretly monitor the books library and bookstore patrons borrow or buy. Opponents of the resolution say it's not the village's role to criticize a federal law. David Sommerstein has more.

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