Oral arguments begin today in Portland as ACLU lawyers seek to challenge the FBI's "No Fly List," a list of people prohibited from boarding an airplane for security reasons.
The classified list has come under fire for several high profile mistakes, such as including the late Senator ted Kennedy.
Because the list is classified, those on it have no chance to clear their names, and many aren't aware they are even on the list until they are stopped at the airport.
Hina Shansi, Director of the ACLU's National Security Project, joins the show to discuss the ACLU's case.
Hina Shansi is Director of the ACLU's National Security Project.