States battling against the NSA data centers now Tennessee’s SB1849 wants to literally pull the plug on the facilities. Deny water and ban NSA cooperation with law enforcement, state, universities, and business. Unwarranted Information gathered made inadmissible in state court making it the 6th this month to introduce “Fourth Amendment Protection Act” and more states expected to join the assault as NSA dragnet spying apparatus’ of the world must become void. Significance being in Tennessee’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory builds incredibly fast computers to crack encryption. NSA’s multiprogram science and technology national laboratory managed for the United States Department of Energy by the University of Tennesse-Battelle. Tennessee also recently introduced bills to nullify Obamacare and all federal gun laws.#NullifyNSA
Missouri’s General Laws Committee considering federal gun laws nullification bill SB 613 to stop enforcement of federal gun laws by the state. Declares as invalid all federal laws that infringe on the right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and Article I, Section 23 of the Missouri Constitution,” the bill reads. “Some laws declared invalid under this act include certain taxes, certain registration and tracking laws, certain prohibitions on the possession, ownership, use, or transfer of a specific type of firearm and confiscation orders.” “The act declares that it is the duty of the courts and law enforcement agencies to protect the rights of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms.” States working with each other nullifying to attack all the fronts of the shadow government’s terror including Obamacare. Hundreds in Ohio losing their doctors due to Obamacare as they lost access to their insurance having patients terrified.
TPP partners likely to have further high-level talks next month, a senior U.S. trade official said on Wednesday. Acting Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Wendy Cutler saying “We are now in the end-game of the TPP negotiations and momentum is mounting to close the remaining gaps in the agreement,” United States’s policy fight is close to home over whether the White House should be granted fast-track authority to close the TPP. The 12 countries pact, makes up nearly 40 percent of the global economy. Mexico’s economy minister said last week the pact could be wrapped up as early as April.