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  1. Dogslife

    Labradoodle PC

    Mr. Labradoodle, Robert Powell, BMN. Have you been the target of any attacks by your party either in public or behind closed doors for your views on the marijuana bills?
  2. John Alexander Today I have introduced the ENOUGH Act if 2019. This bill will make revenge porn a crime in all states. This seems like common sense legislation. No person should be subject to somebody leaking their private photos online without their consent. I call on my colleagues in the House to co-sponsor this bill so we can get it passed as soon as possible. View full PR
  3. Today I have introduced the ENOUGH Act if 2019. This bill will make revenge porn a crime in all states. This seems like common sense legislation. No person should be subject to somebody leaking their private photos online without their consent. I call on my colleagues in the House to co-sponsor this bill so we can get it passed as soon as possible.
  4. Dogslife

    ENOUGH Act of 2019

    IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES Mr. Alexander with thanks to Ms. Harris (for himself, Mr. Burr, and Ms. Klobuchar) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary A BILL To amend title 18, United States Code, to provide that it is unlawful to knowingly distribute a private, visual depiction of an individual's intimate parts or of an individual engaging in sexually explicit conduct, with reckless disregard for the individual's lack of consent to the distribution, and for other purposes. 1. Short title This Act may be cited as the Ending Nonconsensual Online User Graphic Harassment Act of 2019 or the ENOUGH Act. 2. Certain activities relating to intimate visual depictions (a) In general Chapter 88 of title 18, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following: 1802. Certain activities relating to intimate visual depictions (a) Definitions In this section: (1) Communications service The term communications service means— (A) a service provided by a person that is a common carrier, as that term is defined in section 3 of the Communications Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. 153), insofar as the person is acting as a common carrier; (B) an electronic communication service, as that term is defined in section 2510; (C) an information service, as that term is defined in section 3 of the Communications Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. 153); and (D) an interactive computer service, as that term is defined in section 230(f) of the Communications Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. 230(f)). (2) Distribute The term distributeincludes enabling access, such as by sharing a private reference. (3) Information content provider The term information content provider has the meaning given that term in section 230(f) of the Communications Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. 230(f)). (4) Intimate visual depiction The term intimate visual depictionmeans any visual depiction (as that term is defined in section 2256(5))— (A) of an individual who is reasonably identifiable from the visual depiction itself or information displayed in connection with the visual depiction; (B) in which— (i) the individual is engaging in sexually explicit conduct; or (ii) the naked genitals or post-pubescent female nipple of the individual are visible; (C) in which the content described in subparagraph (B) is not simulated; and (D) in original or modified format, such as with a filter or text overlay. (5) Sexually explicit conduct The term sexually explicit conduct has the meaning given that term in section 2256(2)(A). (b) Offense Except as provided in subsection (d), it shall be unlawful to knowingly use any means or facility of interstate or foreign commerce to distribute an intimate visual depiction of an individual— (1) with knowledge of or reckless disregard for— (A) the lack of consent of the individual to the distribution; (B) the reasonable expectation of the individual that the depiction would remain private; and (C) harm that the distribution could cause to the individual; and (2) without an objectively reasonable belief that such distribution touches upon a matter of public concern. (c) Penalty Any person who violates subsection (b) shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both. (d) Exceptions (1) Law enforcement and other legal proceedings This section— (A) does not prohibit any lawful law enforcement, correctional, or intelligence activity; (B) shall not apply in the case of an individual reporting unlawful activity in good faith; and (C) shall not apply in the case of a document production or filing associated with a legal proceeding. (2) Service providers This section shall not apply to any provider of a communications service with regard to content provided by another information content provider unless the provider of the communications service intentionally solicits, or knowingly and predominantly distributes, content that the provider of the communications service has actual knowledge is in violation of this section. (e) Threats and extortion Any person who intentionally threatens to commit an offense under subsection (b), regardless of whether the threat is an act of extortion, shall be punished as provided in subsection (c). (f) Venue and extraterritoriality A prosecution under this section may be brought in a district where the defendant or the depicted individual resides or in a district where the intimate visual depictions are distributed or made available. There is extraterritorial Federal jurisdiction over an offense under this section if the defendant or the depicted individual is a citizen or permanent resident of the United States. . (b) Clerical amendment The table of sections of chapter 88of title 18, United States Code, is amended by inserting after the item relating to section 1801 the following: 1802. Certain activities relating to intimate visual depictions. PES: Makes Revenge Porn a crime.
  5. John Alexander This new presidential executive order is disgusting. It makes it possible for any immigrant to be deported just for having “suspicion” of being a radical Islamist. There doesn’t have to be any evidence or a warrant. This is against our constitution and I filling support any lawsuit against the Fitzgerald administration. View full PR
  6. This new presidential executive order is disgusting. It makes it possible for any immigrant to be deported just for having “suspicion” of being a radical Islamist. There doesn’t have to be any evidence or a warrant. This is against our constitution and I filling support any lawsuit against the Fitzgerald administration.
  7. Dogslife

    Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act

    Mr. Speaker, As a native Coloradan, someone who voted yes on ammendment 64, and who sees the effect of marijuana legalization every day, I would like to show you all some data. Firstly, 1 years after legalization crime rates in Denver dropped 10.1%. Violent crime dropped 5.2%. Secondly, in 4 months, the state raised $10,000,000 in tax revenues from the sale of marijyuana. Third, in Colorado, the industry has employed 10,000+ people. Fourth, by ending arrests for marijuana possession, Colorado alone saved $40,000,000 on prison costs. The facts do not lie. Marijuana has helped my state and my constituents. If it can do that, it can help our nation as a whole. I yield.
  8. how long had the attacker been in the country?
  9. Hi, Robert Powell, Blue Mountain News, who were the 4 others killed in the attack?
  10. Mr. Speaker, That's the pot calling the kettle black right there. Do I believe in a strong federal government? Yes. Because I know a weak one doesn't function. Do I also believe that if 55% of people vote for something that it should be law? Of course, I do. Elections and the peoples' voice are the foundation of our democracy. If we deny people their voice then this nation and its democratic ideals will perish from this earth. I yield.
  11. Mr. Speaker, I must point out that 55% of Coloradans voted for marijuana legalization. If we don’t pass this law we’re saying that the opinion of those people don’t matter. Even if the GOO keeps saying that polls don’t matter, elections do, in their mind this election would not matter. Sounds a bit hypocritical in my opinion. I yield
  12. Mr. Speaker, I must ask the gentleman why he objects to the ideal of popular sovereignty. I yield
  13. Mr. Speaker, I move for UC I yield.
  14. Dogslife

    @JohnAlexanderCO

    I have announced my candidacy for United States Senator from the state of Colorado!
  15. John Alexander Hello everyone, thank you for joining me today. I am here to announce, that I am officially running for the office of United States Senator from the great state of Colorado. With your help, I believe that it is possible to win. I look forward to doing town halls with all the people of Colorado and listening to their voice. Thank you. View full PR
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