Seven civil liberties and human rights organizations continue to call on the Conservative government to drop Bill C-51 as parliamentarians get set to study a revised version of the anti-terror bill.

Government sources have told the Star the Conservatives will propose four amendments Tuesday as the Commons public safety committee starts the final process of studying the bill.

Meanwhile a Senate committee began its look at the bill today, even before the Commons finishes with it, against a backdrop of ongoing opposition.

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