- Washington has tried to dictate to the states how a national health care program is to be run even though about two thirds of the states have opted out of the national program by not establishing their own state health care exchanges as stipulated by Osama Care’s tenets.
- Washington, via Obama Care, has violated the First Amendment’s freedom of religion protection.
- Washington has spied on every American and continues to do so, causing some states to rise up against this violation of the Fourth Amendment.
- Washington has tried to squash Second Amendment rights with a blitz of actual and proposed gun control laws and edicts that do not sit well with many states and with a vast number of citizens.
- Washington is trying to force every state, every school, and every citizen to adhere to a national Federal government mandated education curriculum called Common Core even though it has proven to be deficient in actually improving the education attainment in this country and has little flexibility regarding different needs of different students and states.
- "An agency, officer, or employee of the state [Oklahoma] shall not…engage in an activity that aids any person in the enforcement of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. [I.e. Obama Care]"
- The legislation bars Oklahoma from setting up a state-run Obama Care health insurance exchange to support Obama Care.
- It prohibits the purchase of insurance from an exchange set up by a non-profit.
- It also blocks any state agency or personnel from conducting involuntary home inspections as provided for in the Obama Care legislation.
- House bill 3514 (H3514) would prohibit the operation of drones by any government agency unless it is “pursuant to a criminal warrant issued by a court of competent jurisdiction.”
- Although all of the sponsors of the legislation were Republicans, the unanimous support shows a strong bipartisan effort to block the Obama administration’s drone program. The The ACLU has weighed in on this domestic drone issue on a national level as well, warning that “unregulated drone use could pose serious threats to our privacy.”
- The South Carolina legislation does include some narrow exceptions to the warrant requirement to reduce the trepidations of state law enforcement entities who want to be able to act in emergency situations when a drone’s use might mean the difference between life or death.
- Even so, the bill still retains strict standards governing the use of a drone when authorized.
- For one thing, the law would ban any sort of weapon from ever being mounted on a drone in South Carolina.
- Once a drone was used, law enforcement would have to keep records on the results of their surveillance.
- Other sections of the bill would prevent law enforcement from retaining any drone-obtained personal information not relevant to a criminal investigation.
- Amanda Bowers of Tenth Amendment Center was quoted in news articles stating that South Carolina could join a growing number of states putting strict limited on drone usage within their state borders: “Already, a number of states have passed similar bills into law, and we are expecting more in the coming weeks and months. From California to Washington State, and from New York to Missouri, legislators and the general public from left to right want to see a dangerous future stopped before it happens.”
- Similar laws apparently were signed into law in 2013 in Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
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