by Michael Boldin, TenthAmendmentCenter.com:
In 2013, states around the country have considered bills to nullify NDAA “indefinite detention.” Last year, Virginia led the way when Gov. Bob McDonnell signed that state’s Liberty Preservation Act into law.
In many states, there has been significant resistance to the idea of rejecting or blocking indefinite detention. But you can help create an end run around them – taking actions that will help stop indefinite detention without them, and simultaneously put great pressure on state politicians to do the right thing even if they don’t want to.
The most important thing you can do – right now – is act locally. On a local level, you have a far greater chance of finding an elected politician to listen to you, who might agree with you, and who could move legislation forward.
No, that doesn’t mean it’s just “easy” – because standing up for liberty is never easy. But, more importantly, you’ll have a far greater chance of success. Already, more than 2 dozen local communities around the country have taken steps to reject or resist NDAA indefinite detention, and your help is needed to get this done in your area too.
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