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July 18, 2005

Lots of bloggers discovered the Reform the Patriot Act Blog over the weekend. We really appreciate people letting their readers know about us and about the actions they can take. Here’s a sampling of the people blogging the ACLU:

Jessamyn West at who has been doing some great blogging about the impact of the Patriot Act on librarians since 2003.

Linux geek and marketing guru Doc Searls who praised the Reform the Patriot Act Blog for being “pretty hip to RSS and to blogging in general.” Thanks, Doc!

“Female, Lesbian, Ethnically diverse” Pam Spaulding of Pam’s House Blend, who says the President and the Attorney General “are praying that the people are not paying attention the serious jeopardy our civil liberties face if changes are not made to this Act.”

And Philly blogger Albert Yee who writes “The first and easiest thing you can do is send an email to your Congressional representatives by clicking here.”

Blogs are a great way to keep people in touch, especially while this legislation is rapidly speeding through Congress. Pass the word and tell your friends about the Reform the Patriot Act Blog!