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Watchdogs Warn New Bill Would Axe Corporate Liability at Public's Expense


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Watchdogs Warn New Bill Would Axe Corporate Liability at Public's Expense

Leading watchdog groups are opposing the Regulatory Accountability Act (RAA), which is set to be voted on in committee Wednesday, over fears that the bill would make it even harder for federal agencies to manage safeguards for workers, consumers, and the environment.


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Maybe we'll be able to put lead back in gas again.............. because profits.........


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why stop there let's put lead back in paint.....maybe we can put radioactive waste in paint too, or drinking water.


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So, how can I protect myself from being sued by corporations?
How can I absolve myself of personal liability?
I've got car tires I need to burn on the doorsteps of *rump tower!


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This is just a cover up of existing WTO and (soon) TISA and TTIP rules that create a corprorate ruled world government that "Trumps" national laws. Hannah Arendt wrote about this, its a diagnostic sign of totalitarianism. (top of page 413 in OoT)


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Mossonarock, in investor state dispute settlement and indirect expropriation cases, the corporations sue governments, (i.e. taxpayers.)

If you are not a government or a corporation, you don't exist. Your tax money does, though.


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Um, I know all that. Hopefully, you realized that before you posted.
So, back to the questions. How do we protect ourselves?