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Bush urges Congress to ratify military tribunals

Judiciary panel vows policy review

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / July 12, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Bush administration officials yesterday asked Congress to endorse the special military tribunals established by the president to try prisoners captured in the war on terror, but Republicans and Democrats alike balked at giving the White House quick legislative approval to a controversial system that the Supreme Court invalidated just two weeks ago. (Full article: 1196 words)

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