Friday, November 21, 2014

Utah May Deprive NSA Facility of All Its Water

In what amounts to a pissing match on a national scale, a Utah state legislative committee will vote on a bill that could deprive a National Security Agency facility just outside Salt Lake City of its water, all in protest of the government agency’s collection of civilian data. Specifically, the bill prohibits municipalities from giving “material support or assistance in any form to any federal data collection and surveillance agency.”

Government harassing government is always a good thing. And this time for a very good cause!


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