... but could it mean case by case? The text reads, "unless an act of Congress expressly authorizes such detention". Does this mean case by case or once and for all?
Say they want to detain a U.S. citizen, do they have to get permission from Congress? Why not give them a trial then?
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Congress getting its hands dirty dealing with the details, though I’m sure they could do it that way.
I believe it means an act allowing that, much like they do with declaring war.
Though, requiring an act of congress is like the peace prize now, worthless.
When I was a kid, my mother used to say "it would take an act of congress" to indicate that there is no way in h**l I will get what I want.
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...Are done case by case, correct?
But, they don't dictate each battle during the war.
Each arrest would be covered under the act as a whole.
Just my interpretation and what I think Ben's was.
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