Our office has had some questions from residents who have been annoyed by the volume of calls they receive from autodialers. The FCC has specific rules for automatic telephone dialing systems. These rules apply whether or not you have registered your home phone number(s) on the national Do-Not-Call list. The links below were provided by […]
June Roberts asks: What can be done to make it easier to extend the period of fraud alert notices from consumer credit reporting agencies?
A new law (Chapter 77 of the Acts of 2013) requires the fingerprinting of all staff at both public and private schools who are in contact with students. The procedure is that a person goes to an FBI-approved vendor who takes the fingerprints. They are then sent to the FBI which checks for matches with […]
Although this seems to be a national issue this could also be an issue for a state representative blog site. The 10th amendment of the Constitution permits federal law nullification and carveouts see www.tenthamendmentCenter.com. Unless your hiding under a rock you must be quite aware of what’s going on with respect to the fourth amendment […]
From the Tenth Amendment Center at this link: http://tracking.tenthamendmentcenter.com/issues/ndaa/?doing_wp_cron=1397427336.5003750324249267578125 “The federal government, under the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and the 2001 Authorization to Use Military Force (AUMF), claims the power to arrest and detain people within the US and deny them access to courts, attorneys and more. In short, this is little more […]
Senator Brownsberger’s office received the following press release from the Attorney General’s office, offering advice for consumers who may have been affected by the Target credit card security breach. ______________________________________________________________ IN WAKE OF TARGET DATA BREACH, AG COAKLEY OFFERS ADVICE TO CONSUMERS, LAUNCHES REVIEW OF CIRCUMSTANCES THAT LED TO BREACH BOSTON – Following reports of […]