June 4, 2016 Laws, Surveillance
The Tenth Amendment Center writes:
The Michigan House overwhelmingly approved a resolution Thursday that would give voters an opportunity to put “electronic data and communications” on the same level as “persons, houses, papers and possessions” in the state constitution. If ultimately passed, it would also set the foundation to help block a small but intrusive practical effect of federal spying within the state.
House Joint Resolution N (HJRN) was introduced by Rep. Jim Runestad (R-White Lake), along with 30 bipartisan co-sponsors, on Mar. 26. If approved, voters will have the opportunity to alter Article 1, Section 11 of the Michigan state constitution in the following manner (changes in italics added):
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