One Year After: Balancing Security And Liberty

One Year After: Balancing Security And Liberty

Experts Available for Analysis of America’s Response to 9/11
September 09, 2002

Washington, D.C., September 9, 2002—With the anniversary of the September 11 attacks approaching, lawmakers in Washington are trying to find new strategies for making the nation safer while protecting the fundamental rights of the nation’s citizens. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

 

One security threat being confronted is a 1990 “right to know” law that requires companies to provide details about industrial plants that could assist terrorists in selecting targets and planning attacks.  Congress is attempting to reform the law at the urging of the FBI, CIA and others. 

Officials are also reviewing new proposals on information gathering and expanded law enforcement powers, weighing concerns about civil liberties and privacy.  For analysis of these timely issues, please contact the policy experts of the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

Expert Available on Chemical Risk

Angela Logomasini

Director of Risk & Environmental Policy

202.331.1010, ext. 226

alogomasini@cei.org Recently featured on: Capital Report (CNBC), The Diane Rehm Show (NPR), & The G. Gordon Liddy Show.

Expert Available on Civil Liberties & Privacy

Solveig Singleton

Senior Policy Analyst

202.331.1010, ext. 209

ssingleton@cei.org Recently featured on: Washington Journal (C-SPAN), BBC Radio, & The McLaughlin Group (PBS).

CEI is a non-profit, non-partisan public policy group dedicated to the principles of free enterprise and limited government.  For more information about CEI, please visit our website at www.cei.org.