To prohibit the extrajudicial killing of United States citizens, and for other purposes.
Not that there is much more information available, yet. If this thing gains any momentum, there is no telling what they will add to it at the last minute. It is a sad state of events when Congress actually has to consider such a bill. Not that it would ultimately make any difference, in my view: if the government wants you dead, they will make you dead. That was the case even before NDAA, and it will always be the case as long as we have an all-powerful central government. But who would vote against such a bill? That is what makes it such a perfect opportunity to slide in another Draconian bit of legislation by tacking it onto the bill when almost no one is watching.
Dennis Kucinich is most notable for his attempts to pass laws relating to the alleged dangers of "cellphone radiation." That should tell you all you need to know about him.
Thanks to a loyal reader for the heads-up on this.
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