The first state has stepped up to implement a law that arguably cuts the NSA off from local water and electricity…
In Michigan, there is no known NSA field office but lawmakers say that they are sending a clear message with a ban on state and local officials, including amercement and public Utilities, cooperating with federal agencies that allegedly collect personal information without legal process.
Republican Rep. Martin Howrylak said “It hangs up a sign on Michigan’s door saying, ‘No violation of the Fourth Amendment, look elsewhere’,” he went on to say “Democrats, as well as Republicans, would certainly stand very strong in our position on what this law means.”
Michigan’s Fourth Amendment Rights Protection Act takes effect June 17 after passing with a single “no” vote in the legislature.
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