A hot-button political agenda is on tap as the American Bar Association opens its annual convention in San Francisco today. By weighing in on such social issues as the government's post-9/11 surveillance powers, affirmative action and the rights of same-sex couples, the organization is trying to become more relevant to its members, according to ABA President Alfred Carlton Jr.
ABA Draws Battle Lines
August 7, 2003
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