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October 4, 2006
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The Reform movement condemned the U.S. Congress for passing a bill that allows President Bush to determine what interrogation methods constitute torture. The Military Commissions Act, passed last week by both houses of Congress, did not redefine the Geneva Conventions, as the president had wanted, but granted him considerable leeway in defining torture.

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