Hot! New Hampshire Blocks NDAA Indefinite Detention Clause

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The New Hampshire House of Representatives has voted to block the indefinite detention clause in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), with an overwhelming 337-15 vote. The “Liberty Preservation Act” prohibits the state law enforcement agencies from cooperating with the clause in the NDAA that would allow the federal government to indefinitely jail a U.S. citizen suspected of “terrorist activity” without due process.

Any state agent cooperating with or enforcing the law would be charged with a class A misdemeanor. The bill now moves forward to the Senate for a vote.

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