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Originally posted by Ghostx
Our governor or whatever signed a new bill that allows for:
-rewriting license requirements for businesses
-restricting access to certain areas
-banning travel at certain times
There is no end date.
When Sandy hit, military and ACS Police Tanks were seen roaming around the beach area
Originally posted by darkhorserider
reply to post by Ghostx
In these post 9/11 days, when a local, state, or federal government initiates an "emergency action plan" your rights are out the window. You have zero. There is no longer a Constitutional Authority, at least not during an emergency. It has good and bad elements, but in my opinion, mostly bad.
Your community did exactly that:
MDC implements Emergency Action Plan
The entire plan should be available to the public, but I'm not seeing it online on my first search. I'm sure it has provisions for a command structure, and rights of the individuals present are no part of that plan. I've worked on developing several of these plans, and the rights of the individuals are never discussed, just the logistics and efficacy of the plan.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by vkey08
He dropped the deductible?? Hmmm... I know what to demand of our Governor the next time we get smacked by a major wide-spread disaster. Hmpf... That deductible hurt with the ice storm. That's at least a SMALL thing to make a homeowner feel a hair better right now.