In addition to the Model State Emergency Health Powers Act, other dangerous bills are being introduced at the State Level. Terrorism Bills have passed in some, are being introduced in others. In this section we'll provide general information on the MSEHPA; current updates of the action as we get it and networking support. Your input is critical to the end results. Search your state government in here.
Webmaster's note: We will be adding states to this section as individuals join the fight. We will attempt to keep you updated as to what is happening in each state's legislature.
Introduction to This Section
"If 20 to 25 million people began moving in the same direction. . . contacting, meeting with, informing, educating state legislators and local officials what miracles could happen?... So then, you must honestly search your heart and answer to the question: what are you willing to do?"
Unconstitutional State Laws Get Passed
From our State's Rights Section
IMPORTANT: When State governors and legislative leaders are ordered by the "powers that be" to get an exceptionally onerous bill passed, it is done so by various devious methods. We'll list some of their methods here, as we believe that forewarned is forearmed.
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The call for action as it was first discovered the legislation was introduced in Pennsylvania.
Read the Model Legislation
From our "Safety" section. This link will open in a new browser window. After you're done reading the proposed legislation, close the window and you can continue on this page.
"[Cal Gov]Gray Davis has proposed that
his state's police agencies be given the same authority to fight terrorism
that Congress recently gave the feds...What he has in mind is a state
version of the insultingly named USA Patriot Act... But you better watch
out. Because already other states are asking for the same authority. All
this is being done in the name of anti-terrorism, but the expanded powers
could be used for any purpose approved by a court a state court at
As we begin to receive information from our contacts in each state, we will hyperlink from here to a sub-section, sporting information about that particular state. In the meantime, we encourage you to bookmark this page and keep checking back for new information. Also, please do your own research by locating your own state's website here, and search for the legislation. Make us aware of your findings and they will be posted as soon as possible.
We will warn you not to breathe easy because your state isn't listed here, yet. There are some that have already passed similar legislation that are not listed, and many more that haven't been called to our attention. It is imperative that you check your state legislature now!
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