Obama in talks to codify ‘public safety provision’ which governs suspected terrorists

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The White House has been working with Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) to craft legislation that would restructure the amount of time interrogators can hold suspected terrorists domestically without reading them their Miranda rights.

On Tuesday, Graham told reporters that he has been in talks with the administration “for quite a while now” on a way to “statutorily codify the public safety provision” under the laws that govern the reading of Miranda. A White House aide confirmed to the Huffington Post that the talks have taken place.

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