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Dennis L. Page says
I cannot agree with that pagesvoice - this makes everyone slaves, without the freedom to simply leave. The key issue is the lack of any hearing be held or an administrative due process of any kind.
Lions Den Media says
.. one problem here is Clinton, now it is Obama. Alas there is no provision in the US Constitution for the freedom of travel & this law does not require that any hearing be held or require administrative due process of any kind.
Yes there is a provision in the Constitution re travel-because there is no provision giving the GOV the right to control"freedom". All Rights not "expressly" enumerated to gov are the sole purview of the individual.
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Civil War Bob says
you're probably right Civil War Bob :-(
Now when entering into California from any other state. You get stopped and asked questions. Then they give you a handy piece of paper that you have to hold onto for the duration of your stay.
daskittlez69, that's incredible! When did that happen to you...recently? But Civil War Bob is correct, b/t Homeland Security and TSA roving road blocks things are beginning to feel different in the US and none of this "change" is good.
Last month I drove to California for a family vacation with my wife and kids from Missouri.
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