Feds Back Suspicionless Searches In High Court

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Today, the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments in another case involving a driver claiming Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable searches. The Christian Science Monitor says the issue is whether agents manning a U.S. border station may disasseme a gas tank even when they do not have reasonable suspicion to believe it contains contraband. The federal
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