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 September 3, 2009  Posted by  Laws, U.S.

Alex Newman writes:
<blockquote>A pandemic and disaster preparation bill (S. 2028) passed unanimously by the Massachusetts Senate earlier this year is receiving wide-spread criticism as citizens mobilize to oppose its passage in the commonwealth’s House of Representatives.  “Under this bill, Massachusetts becomes a medical police state. There is no debating it,” wrote <em>Natural News</em> editor Michael Adams in an August 28 article entitled “<a href=”” target=”_blank”>Wake Up, America: Forced vaccinations, quarantine camps, health care interrogations and mandatory ‘decontaminations,'</a>” where he suggested America was delving into medical fascism. “The citizens of Massachusetts will have no rights, period. The Constitution is ancient history. You are now the property of the State.”

The bill contains a number of controversial, alarming, and blatantly unconstitutional provisions. Under an emergency declared by the governor, the statute purports to give the health commissioner, and law enforcement and medical personnel  broad authority to mobilize forces, vaccinate the population, enter private property with no warrants, and even quarantine people against their will.</blockquote>
Read more on <a href=”″ target=”_blank”>New American</a>

Related:  Text of Senate version of the bill can be found here (pdf).

Related:  Kurt Nimmo is also very negative about the bill and wonders why it is not getting mainstream coverage.

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