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Mississippi House Test

 

Mississippi House Test

Twenty-three states have resisted the Federal Government’s persistent demand for a uniform ID card for every American. This proposed national ID would be required for activities like air travel and entrance to federal buildings.  The backlash from this proposed security policy is because creation of a National ID/Biometric database could expose US Citizens to flagrant misuse of their personal data in addition to being another huge bureaucratic blockade.

1)      Will you oppose efforts to cooperate with a national ID card system and vote to block all state funding for and cooperation with any national ID scheme including the Real ID and Pass ID programs? 

YES____ NO_____ 

WILL SPONSOR LEGISLATION _______

Many municipalities have begun using camera systems to monitor intersections and speed.  These systems now are empowered to issue traffic fines.  This has become a revenue source for government and highly profitable for the companies, many which operate remotely from foreign countries.  As a result, citizens find that they are being ticketed unjustly due to software and calibration errors.  Even worse some governments have been caught shortening yellow light to red light changes in order to increase tickets. This injustice is compounded because there is no human to testify against the defendant, a clear violation of the 6th Amendment to the Constitution.

2) Do you oppose the use of unmanned devices being used for law enforcement and given the power to fine citizens?

YES____ NO_____

WILL SPONSOR LEGISLATION _______

3)  Would you support a bill that would remove the state and local government’s power to use eminent domain to confiscate citizen’s private property to transfer it to another private property for economic development purposes?

 

YES____ NO_____

WILL SPONSOR LEGISLATION _______

The 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects citizens from unreasonable search and seizures.

4)  Will you support legislation to end the use of “no knock” warrants

YES____ NO_____

WILL SPONSOR LEGISLATION _______

Michigan police have begun to use an “extraction device” during traffic stops without a warrant; these “extraction devices” can download all data from motorists’ cell phones in matter of minutes and is capable of bypassing all security measures. This is a clear violation of the 4th and 5th Amendments to the Constitution.

5)  Will you oppose all efforts to equip State police with “extraction devices” that download all of citizens cell phone information without a warrant?

YES____ NO_____

WILL SPONSOR LEGISLATION _______

There was outrage all over the country over new TSA “pat-down” procedures last year. This year the Texas House passed legislation that stated Transportation Security Administration agents could be charged with a misdemeanor crime, face a $4,000 fine and one year in jail under the measure. The proposal would classify any airport inspection that "touches the anus, sexual organ, buttocks, or breast of another person including through the clothing, or touches the other person in a manner that would be offensive to a reasonable person" as an offense of sexual harassment under official oppression.

6) Will you support legislation that would allow TSA agents to be charged with sexual assault if they use invasive “pat-down” procedures?

YES____ NO_____

WILL SPONSOR LEGISLATION _______

Proponents of improving student performance have put forward the idea of using both school vouchers and school tax credits. This plan would give every student a voucher for the cost of education and allow the parent to pick the learning environment. The school tax credit would allow individuals to write off contribution to school scholarship funds. These funds would provide the opportunity for parents to send their children to religious schools. The Supreme Court recently ruled the school tax credit constitutional in the case of Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization v. Wynn.

7) Will you support legislation that would allow school vouchers and school tax credits?

YES____ NO_____

WILL SPONSOR LEGISLATION _______


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