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UPDATED: Second Chance to Prevent Indefinite Detention of Americans

 

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UPDATED: Second Chance to Prevent Indefinite Detention of Americans

UPDATE: Roll Call's for both amendments are listed below the fold. A vote could occur today on two amendments introduced to prevent the indefinite detention of American citizens as currently written into the National Defense Authorization Act, S. 1867. Senate Amendment (SA) 1126 would "clarify" Section 1031 to explicitly state within the section that the […]


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Press Release: C4L Stands With Rand

Below the fold is the latest press release from C4L's Vice President Matt Hawes: Rand Paul Blocks Attempt to Sneak Through Dangerous Amendment Campaign for Liberty to continue standing with freshman senator to defend the Constitution.   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                               […]


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Call off the Federal Prosecutorial Dogs from Medical Marijuana

One issue where federal policy never seems to change is drug prohibition.  Republican and Democratic presidents come and go, but the prohibitionists never leave.  So it is now, with federal prosecutors and law enforcement continuing their foolish crusade to jail even the sick and dying who use marijuana. Now two governors are calling on Washington […]


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REMINDER: C4L Spring Internships!

Campaign for Liberty is looking for a dedicated, liberty-minded high school or college student to intern for our spring semester (January 15th – May 15th). The responsibilities of this paid internship include answering phones, handling correspondence, data entry, research projects, occasional blogging, aiding in the organization of petition drives to Congress, and assisting staff members when necessary. […]


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ICYMI: Paul Op-Ed “War on Terror Doesn’t Justify Retreat On Rights”

Yesterday, Senator Paul penned an op-ed in the Washington Times arguing that we must not sacrifice our rights to fight terrorists.  If you haven't read it yet, you're in for a treat. Senator Paul writes: The discussion now to suspend certain rights to due process is especially worrisome, given that we are engaged in a war that […]


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