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Editorial: Congress is rushing to make the CIA less accountable

It's already a crime to identify a covert intelligence agent or confidential informant working overseas. But even though the law has only been used twice in 37 years - and even though no persuasive case has been made that it needs to be toughened or expanded - Congress

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