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Some of the confusion on our present system has arisen because many millions of people have waived their right to travel unrestricted and volunteered into the jurisdiction of the state. Those who have knowingly given up these rights are now legally regulated by state law and must acquire the proper permits and registrations.
What you're suggesting is a certificate rather than a license, which I think I agree with!
Originally posted by againuntodust
reply to post by Naradia
You make a good point about being able to travel is a right, but "how" is another matter. I think a reasonable court would find that travel by the method of the day whether it be foot, horse, or car, would fall under the travel doctrine but I'm not certain, hence the thread.
The other point about a city vs a state, again I can't say for certain, but I lean toward the opinion that if a city cannot then a state cannot in this instance.
Originally posted by 2012DragonSlayer
kinda been thing about this lately.. mostly because my car failed a smog check in June of last year.. Iv paid my registration already for the year (which is total BS, because i already registered the car with Ca. when i bought it, why i have to re-register it every year is stupid) anyways... the DMV wont give me a 2011 tag for the plate until i pass a smog... so, expired tag = pulled over and possible impound on the spot... BAM.. depriving me of my property without due process of law!