Indiana state senate bill 0400 – block federal detainment of U.S. citizens under NDAA

Wow, I’m actually impressed. Politicians doing something to actually protect their citizens from unconstitutional laws. Indiana state Senate bill SB0400 aims to block enforcement of the unconstitutional NDAA bill signed into law by Obama and created by both power hungry Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. House of Representative. Let this be a lesson, and a blue print for other strong conservative states to not only enforcement of the NDAA.

SB0400:

Aid in enforcing unconstitutional laws. Prohibits specified state actors in Indiana from aiding certain United States agencies or other state actors in the investigation, prosecution, or detention of a person lawfully in Indiana under a state or federal law that the state actor knows or reasonably should know violates the due process clause of the United States Constitution or the Due Course of Law Clause of the Indiana Constitution, and prohibits state actors from investigating, prosecuting, or detaining a person lawfully in Indiana under a state or federal law that the state actor knows or reasonably should know violates the due process clause of the United States Constitution or the Due Course of Law Clause of the Indiana Constitution. Makes a knowing or intentional violation a Class A misdemeanor.


Read the PDF. If this bill actually passes through the House and Senate, and gets signed into law by the governor, it would take effect beginning on July 1st.

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