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California Assembly passes bill in opposition to indefinite detention provisions of NDAA
Nadia Kayyali
A California bill, AB 351, passed by the state Assembly on 5/31/13, if also passed by the California Senate and signed by the governor, would make it illegal for any California agency or employee to cooperate with the US Armed Forces in any investigation, prosecution, or detention of a person within California under the NDAA, the Authorization for Use of Military Force, or any other federal law. Shahid Buttar of the Bill of Rights Defense Committee, a national organization which organizes grass roots support for this bill and for others like it around the country, said that the passage of AB 351 by the California Assembly demonstrates support across California "... for due process principles that have been largely ignored by Congress in its ongoing bipartisan assault on the rights of the American people."

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