Tenther Tuesday Episode 33: Taking on Big Brother Locally

Today is day 460 that the GOP has failed to repeal Obamacare. In our last Tenther Tuesday episode, we talked about state efforts taking on asset forfeiture and noted how police across the country use virtually the same arguments to oppose reforms no matter where they are. We see the same kind of coordinated law enforcement opposition to limiting surveillance. And the arguments are almost identical. In this episode, Mike Maharrey shares his recent experience in court and how local cops in his hometown are using these same talking points to hide surveillance programs. He and Michael Boldin also talk about some success at the state and local level to rein in Big Brother.



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