Georgia House Subcommittee Hearing: Hb74 To Help Stop Ndaa Indefinite Detention

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Georgia House Subcommittee Hearing: Hb74 To Help Stop Ndaa Indefinite Detention

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HB74, filed by Rep. Scot Turner, Jason C. Spencer, David Stover, Kevin Cooke, and Michael Caldwell takes an important first step against NDAA "indefinite detention" powers of the federal government by banning Georgia from participating in such activities, making it more difficult for the federal government to carry out. It's very important for people to support this bill by showing up at the Subcommittee meeting AND by making phone calls in favor of the bill. HEARING: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 4:00 PM in Committee Room 132 Capitol. PHONE CALLS: Call all the subcommittee members. Strongly, but respectfully urge them to vote YES on HB74. Let them know you do not want to see the state of Georgia participating in such serious constitutional violations. Roger Bruce 404.656.7859 Johnnie Caldwell 404.656.0325 Stacey Evans 404.656.6372 Trey Kelly 404.657.1803 Ronnie Mabra 404.656.7859 Andy Welch 404.656.0213 Tom Weldon 404.656.5105 While some might tell you that the state "can't do this," over 150 years of Supreme Court jurisprudence backs up the legal basis for the bill. Known as the "anti-commandeering doctrine," the court repeatedly holds that the state cannot be forced to help the federal government carry out its acts. Learn more here - print it out and bring it to attendees of the hearing - https://s3.amazonaws.com/tacdocs/The+Anti-Commandeering+Doctrine.pdf

By: Tenth Amendment Center

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