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ps_legislation.jpgGovernments the world over are seizing the so-called "War on Terror" as an opportunity to build labyrinths of draconian legislation to crush the rights of citizens and heighten their own power.

Legislation Articles

[03/22/2006] Legislators in Tallahassee consider letting police pull over unbelted drivers
When the Legislature passed Slosberg\'s bill allowing police to pull over younger drivers last year, it included a requirement that law enforcement report back with statistics about the race of young people who are cited for seat belt violations under the new law. » More

[03/06/2006] How we move ever closer to becoming a totalitarian state
In the dusty cradle of Committee A, a monster has been stirring and will, in due course, take flight to join the other measures in the government\'s attack on parliamentary democracy and the rights of the people. » More

[01/25/2006] Police stop and search 100 people a day under new anti-terror laws
Charles Clarke, the Home Secretary, is facing an onslaught over the Government\'s anti-terror laws after figures showed nearly 36,000 people were stopped and searched under the emergency powers last year. » More

[11/22/2005] Bill Would Create Agency Exempt from Freedom of Information Act
A bill now before the Senate would create a new executive branch agency that would become the first-ever government agency granted total immunity from disclosure of information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). » More

[11/09/2005] Hate crime laws and the path to tyranny
The insidious thing about evolutionary tyranny is that it’s gradual progression. It doesn’t beat you over the head with the iron fist of a despot or sweep you aside with a wave of revolution, but, rather, is a death by a thousand doses of bad medicine that makes benign neglect seem utopian. » More

[11/09/2005] Federal Hate Bill Now Virtually Dead
For all practical purposes, the hate bill is dead. » More

[10/31/2005] Hate Crime Laws: Criminalizing Free Speech
On September 14, 2005, the House of Representatives suddenly passed 223-199 the federal “anti-hate” bill, the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2005. » More

[10/31/2005] Hate Crime Laws: Criminalizing Free Speech
On September 14, 2005, the House of Representatives suddenly passed 223-199 the federal “anti-hate” bill, the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2005. » More

[10/28/2005] Read all about it - soon it will be a crime
Australia\'s police state may soon grow by leaps and bounds with new legislation that would prevent news media from reporting on arrests made relating to possible terrorist or national security threats. » More

[10/26/2005] French Official Presents Anti-Terror Bill
France\'s interior minister presented a long-awaited anti-terrorism bill to the Cabinet on Wednesday, rejecting allegations that it would trample on civil liberties. » More




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