Indefinite Detention

NH House Passes HB1279 – A Bill Prohibiting Indefinite Detention

by Steve MacDonald February 8, 2014
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See?  Democrats do know what nullification is for.   So, don’t let them tell you that sort of thing is crazy talk. CONCORD, N.H., February 7, 2014 –  Yesterday, the (Democrat Majority) New Hampshire house approved a bill which deems federal indefinite detention powers unconstitutional, and bans “any activity that aids” the federal government in carrying […]

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Tenth Amendment Alert: HB1279 Protection From Military Action – Committee Vote Jan 23rd

by Mike January 22, 2014

Today, we received a tip from our friends at the Tenth Amendment Center that HB1279, which is currently in committee, could be coming up for a vote tomorrow, Thursday Jan 23rd. Here is the text of their alert: We were just notified of a possible committee vote on Thu, 01-23-14 Introduced by Democratic Rep. Tim […]

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May 11th GrokTALK! Guest Segment – Kevin Bloom & NH House Rep George Lambert

by Steve MacDonald May 12, 2013

Kevin Bloom returns to update us on HB 399 (Indefinite Detention), HB253 (The Nanobrewery Bill), Medical Marijuana, and other legislative news.  House Rep George Lambert joins Kevin with some thoughts on these bills and how the House and Senate could come to terms on these and other pieces of legisaltion as the session begins to […]

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NH Bill to Nullify Indefinite Detention Passes Committee Vote 16-0

by Steve MacDonald February 28, 2013

The Tenth Amendment Center Blog is reporting that Dan Itse’s HB 399 has come out of committee slightly amended–stricter than when it went in–and is heading to the House floor with a recommendation to pass. Rep. Dan Itse’s original bill provided for class A misdemeanor penalties on any state agent cooperating with indefinite detention. An amendment […]

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Will New Hampshire Democrats Vote for Indefinite Detention?

by Steve MacDonald February 18, 2013

It’s not every day that you get the opportunity to discover whether or not your elected officials are more interested in government power over the people or in using their own authority in the defense of liberty.  But HB399, the New Hampshire Liberty Act, may provide us with a window into the heart of those […]

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