When Congress adopted and Barack Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012, alarms were raised over the possibility that it would allow the indefinite and rights-free detention of those who are called “belligerents,” even if they are American citizens.
While the argument over those provisions rages, one state lawmaker in Rhode Island has jumped into action to protect the danger he sees for residents of his state, proposing a resolution to exempt his constituents from sections of the federal law.
Read more by Bob Unruh at WND.com
Also Virginia according to the TenthAmendmentCenter.com
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