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How Tennesseans could throw off shackles of police state imposed on highways

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A bill in the general assembly of New Hampshire is getting a first hearing Wednesday to separate the law non-commercial use of highways in the state from for profit used by businesses. Legislation of this kind of needed in Tennessee to end state government’s abuse of courts, police departments and finally the people themselves who are consumed by the tens of thousands by the judicial industrial complex in each of the state’s 95 counties. By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 The New Hampshire bill makes a little-understood distinction between the types of people on the highways across that state. There

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