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Indiana Bill Would Prohibit "No-Knock" Warrants

Indiana Bill Would Prohibit “No-Knock” Warrants

The legislation would prohibit police from seeking, executing, or participating in the execution of a search warrant that does not require the persons executing the warrant to knock and announce ...
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When Our Rights are Invaded: The Founders on Precedent and Resistance

When Our Rights are Invaded: The Founders on Precedent and Resistance

As Thomas Jefferson warned us, to take a “single step” beyond the limits of the constitution is to take a “boundless field of power.” He was far from alone. As ...
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Washington Bill Would Create State Process to End Police Qualified Immunity

Washington Bill Would Create State Process to End Police Qualified Immunity

A bill introduced in the Washington state House would create a process to sue police officers in state court for using excessive force or taking other actions that violate individual ...
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Indiana Bill Would Legalize Recreational Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition

Indiana Bill Would Legalize Recreational Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition

The legislation would legalize possession of cannabis and marijuana paraphernalia for people over 21. It would also legalize the cultivation and sale of marijuana. HB1154 would create a Cannabis Regulatory ...
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New York Bills Would Limit ALPR Use and Data Retention, Help Block National License Plate Tracking

New York Bills Would Limit ALPR Use and Data Retention, Help Block National License Plate Tracking

Bills introduced in the New York House and Senate would place stringent restrictions on the use of automatic license plate readers (ALPRs) by state law enforcement agencies. Passage into law ...
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Washington State Bill Would Put 5-Year Ban on Facial Recognition

Washington State Bill Would Put 5-Year Ban on Facial Recognition

A bill introduced in the Washington state Senate would ban government use of facial recognition technology for five years. The proposed law would not only help protect privacy in Washington; ...
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California Bill Would Place Limits on ALPR Data Retention, Help Block National License Plate Tracking Program

California Bill Would Place Limits on ALPR Data Retention, Help Block National License Plate Tracking Program

A bill filed in the California Senate would limit the storage and sharing of information collected by Automated License Plate Readers (ALPRs) in the state. The proposed law would also ...
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The Real Constitutional Crisis We're Facing

The Real Constitutional Crisis We’re Facing

Most things people call a “crisis” are really just symptoms of a much deeper problem, our real “constitutional crisis.” The path forward starts with the Constitution, and get some insight ...
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New York Bill Would Limit State Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

New York Bill Would Limit State Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

The legislation would prohibit New York state and local law enforcement agencies from receiving or purchasing the following property from a military equipment surplus program operated by the federal government ...
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Virginia Bill Would Legalize Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition

Virginia Bill Would Legalize Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition

The legislation would legalize marijuana for adult use. Under the proposed law, adults 21 and older could purchase and possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana and cultivate up to ...
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U.S. Post Office Now Part of Growing Federal Biometric Surveillance Network

U.S. Post Office Now Part of Growing Federal Biometric Surveillance Network

What initially started out as an employee criminal background screener program has morphed into a biometric criminal background check program for the public ...
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Constitutional Carry Legislation Filed in Florida

Constitutional Carry Legislation Filed in Florida

A “Constitutional Carry” bill filed for the 2021 legislative session would make it legal for Florida residents to carry a firearm without a license, fostering an environment hostile to federal ...
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