West Virginia Bill Takes Action Against Warrantless Drone Spying

House Bill 2732 known as the Freedom From Unwarranted Surveillance Act was introduced by Joshua Nelson (R-Boone) earlier this month and has already amassed 10 co-sponsors. The bill states that “a law-enforcement agency may not use a drone to gather evidence or other information” unless a proper search warrant has been issued and that “no drone operated within the State of West Virginia may carry a lethal payload.”


After reporting news of the Tennessee bill to virtually nullify Obamacare this week, at least nine co-sponsors have removed their names from the legislation, including the Lt. Gov.   Inside sources tell us that Gov. Bill Haslam is on a rampage and doesn’t want Obamacare stopped in the state.

In other words, in a game of chess, TAC takes Haslam’s bishop while he grabs a few of our pawns.

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Tennessee Bill Would Nullify Federal Gun Control Measures

Sen. Mae Beavers (R – Mt. Juliet) introduced SB1607 on Jan. 14. The bill declares that any firearm, ammunition or firearm accessory present in Tennessee does not rightfully fall under federal regulation. It goes on to declare any federal enactment of federal enforcement action relating to firearms void in the state, and prohibits any state cooperation with such actions.