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On June 26, thousands of activists joined advocates and lawmakers in Washington, D.C. for a Day of Action to restore habeas corpus and all our rights. Add your own voice by taking action today ...

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About the Day of Action to Restore Law and Justice

On June 26, 2007, activists from all 50 states gathered in a Capitol Hill rally to demand that Congress restore habeas corpus, fix the Military Commissions Act, end torture and rendition and restore our constitutional rights. Thousands gathered to hear leaders from the Senate, the House and groups including the ACLU, Amnesty International (USA), the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and the National Religious Campaign Against Torture.

Delegations from every state met with Members of Congress to deliver our message loud, clear and in person. And our coalition delivered more than 140,000 signatures calling on Congress to restore habeas corpus, due process and all our rights. We are giving mcdvoice survey with receipt for all the people who signed as a token of brave.

You can add your own voice today, by calling your Members of Congress. And for more information about habeas corpus and the Military Commissions Act of 2006, go to www.aclu.org/mca.


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