Update and plan for the TSA bill in New Hampshire

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  1. Fisher1949

    Fisher1949 Original Member Coach

    Andrew J. Manuse, the NH legislator proposing an anti-TSA bill, has an update at the following Tenth Amendment Center link and is requesting input.

    http://florida.tenthamendmentcenter...re-state-legislator-proposes-tsa-legislation/
    http://florida.tenthamendmentcenter.com/

    His contact information is included:
    ANDREW J. MANUSE
    Republican State Representative
    Rockingham District 5
    3 Hilda Ave., Derry, N.H. 03038
    O: 603-505-4793
    M: 603-703-8857
    eMail: andrew@andrewmanuse.com
    Web: http://www.andrewmanuse.com
     
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  2. RB

    RB Founding Member

    I hope just one state can show some backbone and pass this type of legislation.
     
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  3. KrazyKat

    KrazyKat Original Member

    Anything lesser as "official oppression" and Superior court would be a great add. In WA:
     
  4. Elizabeth Conley

    Elizabeth Conley Original Member

    Oddly enough, I'm most impressed with proposal #3:

    It will make it so the TSA will no longer be able to tout their policies as a law-enforcement aid. Lately they've been having people arrested over things they used to simply confiscate. I think the arrests are ramping up in an effort to sell their "services" to local law enforcement and kettles who don't understand how violations of "criminals'" constitutional rights threaten every citizen.

    Best of all, this legislation restores much of the 4th amendment's power.

    As an aside:

    the DHS was on the headlines of most papers yesterday due to an operation where they "caught" some people engaged in international child pornography. This is good PR for the DHS, because most people don't think beyond the headlines. We didn't create the DHS to address the obviously repulsive crimes of international child pornography. Well behind the headlines about the DHS's "triumph" against disgusting pervs is a back story that threatens the rights of countless farmers. The DHS is angling for new legislation and billions in funding to regulate access to ammonium nitrate, which is already well regulated properly by other more reputable agencies.

    So what's my point? I want the Bill of Rights to endure through my lifetime. I want to pass these rights on to my posterity. I am against all efforts of the DHS to sell their unconstitutional methodologies to the gullible.
     
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