Previously I wrote about PANDA's (People against the NDAA(National Defense Authorization Act) efforts in Texas, Arizona, and Oregon. As a result of a nationwide effort of citizens, HB2573 moved forward in Arizona, albeit a somewhat "watered down" version of the bill. Now Nevada State Senator Tick Segerblom is blocking Nevada's Anti-NDAA legislation, just as a local PANDA chapter in Pennsylvania will be approaching Lycoming County Commission to block the powers of the 2012 NDAA.
According to Dan Johnson,
"If people really care about this bill, they'll call me"
Tick Segerblom is playing games with our rights, and he has laid out a challenge. Let's show him we don't play games with our unalienable rights.
Nevada's version of the Liberty Preservation Act, SB378, is apparently not a friend of Senator Segerblom and citizens are being asked to contact him to let him know the game is on and to urge him to bring this legislation up for a vote. You can find his contact information here. The Senator considers emails a waste of his time so does not accept them, but he does have a phone.
Meanwhile the Lycoming County Commission will be deciding on Wednesday whether or not they will add the NDAA to their agenda. So far, according to PANDA, they have been friendly to the idea of nullifying sections 1021 and 1022 of the 2012 NDAA.
Commissioners Wheeland, Larson, and Mussare need encouragement from citizens that this should be passed to protect the rights of the people of Lycoming County. You can find their contact information here.
Freedom lovers, each of these stories provides evidence that you can make a difference at the local level. That the power resides in you, the citizen, to help in nullifying the unconstitutional and unlawful laws legislated by Washington to secure your freedom. Take heart and be of good courage my friends. The battle is not lost. We must continue the fight!Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.