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NYC: Jan 5, 2022 Bill (Indefinite detention)
« on: December 20, 2021, 10:09:54 AM »
"On January 5th, 2022, the New York Senate and Assembly will vote on a bill that would, if passed into law, grant permissions to remove and detain cases, contacts, carriers, or anyone suspected of presenting a “significant threat to public health” and remove them from public life on an indefinite basis."  If you read the bill, it does not define what “significant threat to public health” is.  It would be one thing if it clearly stated that the person being detained tested positive for COVID, but that is not required.  Nothing about whether mask wearing was done, or if the person has to have symptoms or whether the person was vaccinated/boosted.  These bills are usually left vague to allow for the enforcer to have more freedom to interpret as they like, so more flexibility.  Flexibility is good in some cases but very bad in others.

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