There's a similar bill in Colorado right now, and several "Good Samaritan" bills suggesting amnesty from forfeiture when someone calls as part of a medical emergency.Here's a full list:http://www.billtrack50.com/Public/Stakeholder/o8S18XFe0kuUIy0o5uoRVg
I looked up what states have introduced legislation recently. The idea seems to be gaining significant momentum!Full list here:http://www.billtrack50.com/Public/Stakeholder/NPpB6BDfC0KWq8LH8ps32g
Along with the federal bill(s), there's actually some interesting bills at the state level about the ECPA too. Here's a current list:http://www.billtrack50.com/PublicStakeholder/MzEit0SIM0aE2UHltmsfdA
There are a *bunch* of bills at the state level trying to address this topic this year. Some try to be appropriately narrow to get by first amendment concerns, some are a mess. Here's the whole list:http://www.billtrack50.com/PublicStakeholder/u2CMmTU3dUm0MTyIp_wAqw
Lots of states have introduced legislation on distracted driving this year. I collected all the bills up here:http://billtrack50.com/PublicStakeholder/x_sSEFP1kUWu1KknQ7VSWA(New bills will be added to this list as they are introduced)
Inspired by this post I went and looked at what all the states are doing. Turns out there's quite a number of bills referring to the fourth amendment already introduced this year, covering quite a bit of ground.A complete list is here: http://www.billtrack50.com/PublicStakeholder/khYMwUMdAEOpDEjYlo3AUg
According to the PDF keynote last month,
Senator Ron Wyden
Congressman Darrell Issa
They seemed quite sincere to me.
I've gotten that form letter too. But I'm still going to pass this along to my representative.
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