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HEALTH INFORMATION PRIVACY: AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich Turns The Tables on "presstitute" Dennis Welch. Check out the expressions on the faces in the background - priceless !
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Ultraviolet
I think we all know that every US Supreme Court decision supporting states' rights contradicts your claim. ;-) @Jeffrey Ade
Jeffrey Ade
Perhaps, prior to the war between the States? One example of the US supreme court not respecting states rights is the recent ruling on sodomitical unions! Oh and what about the 14th amendment? In this context "States" are subsets of the U.S. Federal corporation, D.C. US Citizens are chattel property of the U.S. with "civil right" operating within the "States" corporate charters under the …More
Perhaps, prior to the war between the States? One example of the US supreme court not respecting states rights is the recent ruling on sodomitical unions! Oh and what about the 14th amendment? In this context "States" are subsets of the U.S. Federal corporation, D.C. US Citizens are chattel property of the U.S. with "civil right" operating within the "States" corporate charters under the jurisdiction of the U.S. All our supposed "constitutional and civil rights" are a chimera and the behavior of the various forms of government in the States shows they knows this as well.
Ultraviolet
The 14th Amendment protects citizens' rights, not the government's. It also guarantees due process of law for citizens. Go back to Social Studies class. :P

"One example of the US supreme court not respecting states rights is..." while ignoring all examples to the contrary. :P Hoo boy...
Jeffrey Ade
Hardly! I was brainwashed in high school to believe that clap trap! I had that course. "In January 1973, the Supreme Court issued a 7–2 decision ruling that the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution provides a "right to privacy" that protects a pregnant woman's right to choose whether or not to have an abortion." Your argument is easily rebutted from wikipedia! …More
Hardly! I was brainwashed in high school to believe that clap trap! I had that course. "In January 1973, the Supreme Court issued a 7–2 decision ruling that the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution provides a "right to privacy" that protects a pregnant woman's right to choose whether or not to have an abortion." Your argument is easily rebutted from wikipedia! I ignore the other points because they muddy the water! Oh, and RBG is quoted as saying..
The supreme court is a rubber stamp for the enemy's of freedom!
Jeffrey Ade
I think we all know we have already ceded this authority to the U.S. Ever since the war between the States the U.S. has been slowly taking the authority it won from the States.
giveusthisday
Bravo Attorney General mark Brnovich!!! Our health information is private, and our choices are our own.
aderito
We need more people to speak up like Mark Bronovich