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Washington state seeks to nullify NDAA's 'indefinite detention' provision

 If passed, according to a press release from the Tenth Amendment Center, a national think tank that works to preserve and protect the principles of strictly limited government, the Washington law would make it a Class C felony for any state or federal agent to act under Sects. 1021 or 1022 of the act.

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A House version of the bill (HB 1581) was filed Jan. 31 by state Rep. Jason Overstreet, a Republican. State Sen. Bob Hasegawa, a Seattle Democrat, filed a companion bill (SB 5511) Feb. 1. Both pieces of legislation condemn sections of the NDAA that allow for the indefinite detention of Americans and legal aliens on U.S. soil without due process as an unconstitutional act: