Washington State Bill Takes Steps to Nullify NDAA Indefinite Detention

OLYMPIA, Wash. (April 3, 2015) – A bill introduced in the Washington state House would prohibit the state from assisting the federal government in the indefinite detention without due process under provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (NDAA) or any other federal acts purporting to authorize such powers.

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Texas Action Alert: Help Nullify NDAA Indefinite Detention, Support HB165

Texas (HB165) would take big steps to effectively nullify the indefinite detention provisions of the 2012 NDAA, still applicable today. It must pass through the State & Federal Power & Responsibility, Select Committee before it can receive a full vote in the state house. Take the following steps to support this important bill.

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Virginia Action Alert: Help Stop NDAA Indefinite Detention, Support HB2144

Virginia House Bill 2144 (HB2144) expands on the state’s current anti-indefinite detention law by setting the stage for ending some state-federal partnerships. (read about the bill here). It passed successfully through the state house on Feb. 10 by a 96-4 vote. The bill now must pass successfully through the Senate Committee for Courts of Justice before it can receive a full vote in the state senate. Follow the action steps below to support this important bill.

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Washington State Action Alert: Help Stop Indefinite Detention, Support SB5742

Washington State SB5742 would take steps to block indefinite detention under the 2012 NDAA (and other federal acts), still applicable today. This bill must pass through the Senate Law & Justice Committee successfully before it can receive a full house vote. Take the following action steps to support this important bill.

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Washington State Bill Takes Steps to Nullify NDAA Indefinite Detention

A bill introduced in the Washington state legislature would prohibit the state from assisting the federal government in the indefinite detention without due process under provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (NDAA) or any other federal acts purporting to authorize such powers.

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Mississippi Bill a First Step to Nullify NDAA Indefinite Detention

A bill up for consideration in the Mississippi Senate would prohibit the state from assisting the federal government in the indefinite detention without due process under provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (NDAA), or any other federal acts purporting to authorize such powers.

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