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North want to wanted Silverlake Boulevard got a break in the right lane there Sigler continues in east LA south five a Grande this to the right lane still blocked sunny today highs near seventy along the coast seventies to mid eighties in the valley support for NPR comes from NPR stations and from tire rack family owned and operated for forty years since nineteen seventy nine tire rack has been committed to helping people find the right tires for their vehicles more at tire rack dot com from the Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship to create uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman that'll work and from the Annie E. Casey foundation developing solutions to ensure that families and communities have opportunities to create a brighter future for America's youth more information is available at eighty C. F. Donald it's seven twenty two this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep good morning how much power should the federal government have to sift through your personal information that is one question raised by recently released government documents the papers were obtained by the Georgetown law center on privacy in technology they reveal that immigration and customs enforcement ice as well as the FBI used facial recognition software on databases of driver's licenses from at least three states federal agents were looking for people who were in the U. S. illegally some states allow people without authorization to be here to obtain those licenses before this specific revelation our next guest was raising.

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