Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

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    Many Americans believe that the biggest threat to their liberty is the government. That is simply unacceptable in a nation that was literally founded on the notion of liberty. I really believe that at the heart of the militarization of police has been the War on Drugs. A person of color has a much greater likelihood of going to jail for drugs than a white person.

    Gary Johnson

    President,
    Salt Lake City, Utah

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    We paid costly price for our Civil Liberties and Civil Rights that we now enjoy. We should do everything in our power to preserve and protect the universal rights of our people. We serve as example to rest of the free World for many aspects of our society and we should be the leader in the protection and respect of our own citizen before we can object to others. We should use what we learned hard

    Steve Naumovski

    State Representative,
    STERLING HEIGHTS, Michigan

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    Jay Kahn

    State Senator,
    Keene, New Hampshire

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    Ryan D. Smith

    State Representative,
    Northfield, New Hampshire

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    I fully support the right of any owner and/or employer to hire/fire whomever they want. I do not support any form of special rights for any group.

    Gregory Creswell

    U.S. Representative,
    Detroit, Michigan

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    I want to help to make it easier for our citizens to vote, NOT harder like HJR53 does. HJR53 is the Republican pushed voter photo ID law. Our Secretary of State has estimated that this bill alone will disenfranchise 220,000 of Missouri’s registered voters! The estimated cost of this completely unnecessary bill, 17 MILLION dollars. Pushing voting rights backwards is just wrong for Missouri.

    Kevin Nelson

    State Representative,
    Jefferson City, Missouri

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