Senators plan review of counterterrorism law

05/17/2013 | Hill, The

Support is growing on Capitol Hill for a possible revamp of the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force, legislation that was passed in the days following 9/11 giving the U.S. military and intelligence agencies a broad counterterrorism mandate. The Senate Armed Services Committee is set to begin a review of the law this week, with several senators, including John McCain, arguing that the time has come to better define the war effort.

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