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Self-Defense: The First Law of Nature

Self-Defense: The First Law of Nature

The top-10 quotes from the founding generation on the natural right to keep and bear arms. Thomas Jefferson and George Mason, of course, plus Melancton Smith, Mercy Otis Warren - ...
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To the Governor: Illinois Bill Would Limit State and Local Cooperation With Federal Immigration Enforcement

To the Governor: Illinois Bill Would Limit State and Local Cooperation With Federal Immigration Enforcement

SB667 would expand the law to prohibit law enforcement officers from inquiring about or investigating the citizenship, immigration status or place of birth of any individual in custody, or who ...
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Wisconsin Assembly Committee Passes Bill to Take on Future Federal Gun Control

Wisconsin Assembly Committee Passes Bill to Take on Future Federal Gun Control

The legislation would prohibit any person from enforcing a federal act, law, statute, rule, regulation, treaty, or order that takes effect on or after January 1, 2021, if it bans ...
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To the Governor: Oregon Bill to Limit State Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

To the Governor: Oregon Bill to Limit State Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

the Oregon Senate gave final approval to a bill that would ban state and local law enforcement agencies from acquiring certain military equipment from federal programs and take the first ...
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California Assembly Passes Bill to Allow CBD in Food Despite FDA Prohibition

California Assembly Passes Bill to Allow CBD in Food Despite FDA Prohibition

The legislation would allow cannabinoids and other hemp extracts to be added to dietary supplements, food, beverages, cosmetics and pet food, despite FDA prohibition on the same. The bill declares ...
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King County Washington Bans Facial Recognition

King County Washington Bans Facial Recognition

The new law prohibits county administrative offices and executive departments, including the sheriff's department, from acquiring or using facial recognition technology or facial recognition information. It also bans county agencies ...
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To the Governor: Illinois Passes Bill to Prohibit Warrantless Data Collection from Household Electronic Devices

To the Governor: Illinois Passes Bill to Prohibit Warrantless Data Collection from Household Electronic Devices

Titled the Protecting Household Privacy Act, the proposed law would prohibit government agencies from obtaining household electronic data or directing the acquisition of household electronic data from a private third ...
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Today in History: John Randolph of Roanoke Born

Today in History: John Randolph of Roanoke Born

Today in 1773, John Randolph of Roanoke was born. A Virginian cousin to Thomas Jefferson, Randolph was also related to many other prominent members of the Virginia gentry, such as ...
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California Assembly Passes Bill That Takes Step to Block Federal Militarization of Police

California Assembly Passes Bill That Takes Step to Block Federal Militarization of Police

Under the proposed law, police departments would be required to develop a military equipment use policy and present it in an open meeting before obtaining military equipment. After the public ...
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To the Governor: Louisiana Passes "Constitutional Carry" Bill

To the Governor: Louisiana Passes “Constitutional Carry” Bill

BATON ROUGE, La. (June 2, 2021) – Yesterday, the Louisiana Senate gave final approval to a “Constitutional Carry” bill that would make it legal for Louisianans to carry a concealed ...
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Police Body Cams: An Empty Reform that Expands Surveillance?

Police Body Cams: An Empty Reform that Expands Surveillance?

Although body cams have been touted by some activists as a powerful tool to hold police accountable, recent studies are now suggesting they’ve had little to no impact. Maybe it’s ...
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California Senate Passes Bill to Legalize Psychedelic Drugs Despite Federal Prohibition

California Senate Passes Bill to Legalize Psychedelic Drugs Despite Federal Prohibition

The California Senate passed a bill that would legalize possession of several psychedelic drugs including LSD and “magic mushrooms,” despite federal prohibition on the same ...
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