State and local legislators speak out about anti-NDAA efforts

Tuesday, March 20, 2012 at 3:03 pm by

NDAA CampaignsToday, the Bill of Rights Defense Committee, together with a transpartisan coalition of the Tenth Amendment Center and Demand Progress, hosted a teleconference on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and the state and local efforts opposing it across the country.

Four state and local elected officials who are leading legislative efforts to resist or nullify the NDAA’s indefinite detention provisions participated in the conference:

Listen to an audio recording of today’s teleconference.

Campaigns to restore due process and the right to trial are underway across the country. See our campaign maps.

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7 Responses to “State and local legislators speak out about anti-NDAA efforts”

  1. Gunnar Wordon Says:

    I have talked with my congressman in repealing the National Defense Authorization Act.

  2. Chrystal Says:

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