Alabama Legislature Adjourns, Having Passed Few Election Law Bills

The Alabama legislature adjourned on June 4, after having failed to pass SB 221, the ballot access improvement bill. Many other election law bills also failed to pass. Several bills concerning the counting of write-in bills failed to pass. HB 451 would have required write-in candidates who want their write-ins tallied to file a declaration of candidacy; it passed the House but not the Senate. HB 503, which would have said no write-ins should be counted unless the vote-counting equipment suggests a write-in candidate might have won, made no progress at all.
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URGENT: Don’t stop RAPID PROGRESS in 9/11 transparency

We’ve been working to get 28 pages declassified in the 9-11 report. These pages probably implicate Saudi Arabia in the 9-11 attacks.
THANK YOU! Your pressure is working. Now we need to take the next step.

Senator Rand Paul is introducing amendments that would declassify the 28-pages to the new National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) too.
Please take IMMEDIATE ACTION to tell Congress to pass this Amendment.

The hardwired message says…

Pass Amendment No. 1680 to the NDAA. This requires the president to release 28 censored pages regarding the 9/11 attacks.
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Tamir Rice’s Family Knows Grand Juries Rarely Indict Cops, So they are Trying Something Different

Cleveland, Ohio – In the months since police shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice for playing with a toy gun in a park, the Cleveland Police Department has insisted that there was no wrongdoing on the part of the officer. Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, thus far the police department has indicated that they believe that the 12-year-old boy was responsible for his own murder because he was playing with a toy gun in public.
The Rice family fears that this case could end up like that of Eric Garner and the number of other police murders where officers were …read more

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Humanitarian Aid or Killer Terminators? US Military Awards $2m to Autonomous Robotics Team

Pomona, CA — The DARPA Robotics Challenge finals in Pomona California has just concluded. A new robotics team has been crowned and awarded $2,000,000. Twenty-five teams from around the world entered their autonomous robots to compete in real world challenges based on man-made and natural disasters.

South Korean – Team Kite – won the $2,000,000 award.
DARPA stands for Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and they have been hosting challenges similar to this for years.
While this challenge didn’t include wielding automatic weapons or grenade launchers, it does have some concerned that these robots are the first step towards autonomous terminators as seen …read more

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