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amendment of the Constitution in relation to cell phones. Originally, cell phones have not been under the same laws as printed papers or hard-lined telephones. When a decision is made to “go green” with one’s utility bills making the transition from paper to electronic, a whole different set of laws apply. They continue to share some creative ideas to implement now that this ruling has been made. Also shared in this segment: Snowden, warrants, Constitutional Rights, Original Intent of America, and The Constitution
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