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megimoo
09-23-2009, 09:01 AM
Ladies and Gentleman, I would not know where to begin... Please just open the link to the PDF file, and pay close attention to the yellow highlighted areas. These are revisions that were received September 21 from a trusted source.
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2346215/posts
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"Sounds like they are ready to declare a medical Martial Law and the Camps are just about ready !"
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I am scared out of my wits, my friends... Take this in context with what is going on in MA, NJ, OK, and several other states. Remember that our current Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security was the Governor of Arizona... This same office recently published a document that described most of us as possible domestic terrorists... and I have discovered this revised document to Arizona's public health statutes. Something very bad is in the works... and I do not think it in our best interests to ignore the warning signs. God do I pray I am wrong.
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I didn't see any references to warrants or court or legislative overview. It appears that one person has tremendous power to define an event as bio-terrorism or a naturally occurring epidemic, and there is no means whatsoever to have oversight of this person's actions.

Yes, if there were a major deadly epidemic or a horrific bio-terrorist attack. we would want appropriate measures taken to reduce the spread of disease and limit morbidity and mortality...but...so much power should not be in one person's hands. And...There should be a transparent system for judging when the emergency has passed.
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ALARM &MUSTER
THE MODERN-DAY CALL-TREE FOR EMERGENCY PREPARATION
Thomas Michael Fernandez, January 2009
http://alarmandmuster.com/Alarm%20%26%20Muster.pdf
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This is the very reason, I do not like the Patriot Act. Get the word out to everyone. I know the push is on here.
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State of Arizona
House of Representatives
Forty-fifth Legislature
Second Regular Session
2002

HOUSE BILL 2044
AN ACT
AMENDING SECTIONS 36-136 AND 36-624, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES; AMENDING TITLE
36, CHAPTER 6, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES, BY ADDING ARTICLE 9; RELATING TO
BIOTERRORISM.
(TEXT OF BILL BEGINS ON NEXT PAGE)
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1 Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:
2 Section 1. Section 36-136, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended to
3 read:
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4 36-136. Powers and duties of director; compensation of
5 personnel
6 A. The director shall:
7 1. Be the executive officer of the department of health services and
8 the state registrar of vital statistics but shall not receive compensation
9 for services as registrar.
10 2. Perform all duties necessary to carry out the functions and
11 responsibilities of the department.
12 3. Prescribe the organization of the department. The director shall
13 appoint or remove such personnel considered necessary for the efficient work
14 of the department and shall prescribe the duties of all personnel. The
15 director may abolish any office or position in the department that the
16 director believes is unnecessary.
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17 4. Administer and enforce the laws relating to health and sanitation
18 and the rules of the department.
19 5. Provide for the examination of any premises if the director has
20 reasonable cause to believe that on the premises there exists a violation of
21 any health law or rule of the state.
22 6. Exercise general supervision over all matters relating to
23 sanitation and health throughout the state. When in the opinion of the
24 director it is necessary or advisable, a sanitary survey of the whole or of

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25 any part of the state shall be made. The director may enter, examine and
26 survey any source and means of water supply, sewage disposal plant, sewerage
27 system, prison, public or private place of detention, asylum, hospital,
28 school, public building, private institution, factory, workshop, tenement,
29 public washroom, public rest room, public toilet and toilet facility, public
30 eating room and restaurant, dairy, milk plant or food manufacturing or
31 processing plant, and any premises in which the director has reason to
32 believe there exists a violation of any health law or rule of the state that
33 the director has the duty to administer.
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34 7. Prepare sanitary and public health rules.
35 8. Perform other duties prescribed by law.

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36 B. If the director has reasonable cause to believe that there exists a
37 violation of any health law or rule of the state, the director may inspect
38 any person or property in transportation through the state, and of any car,
39 boat, train, trailer, airplane or other vehicle in which such person or
40 property is transported, and may enforce detention or disinfection as
41 reasonably necessary for the public health if there exists a violation of any
42 health law or rule.
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43 C. The director may deputize, in writing, any qualified officer or
44 employee in the department to do or perform on the director's behalf any act
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1 the director is by law empowered to do or charged with the responsibility of
2 doing.
3 D. The director may delegate to a local health department or public
4 health services district any functions, powers or duties that the director
5 believes can be competently, efficiently and properly performed by the health
6 department or public health services district if:
7 1. The director or superintendent of the local health agency or public
8 health services district is willing to accept the delegation and agrees to
9 perform or exercise the functions, powers and duties conferred in accordance
10 with the standards of performance established by the director.
11 2. Monies appropriated or otherwise made available to the department
12 for distribution to or division among counties or public health services
13 districts for local health work may be allocated or reallocated in a manner
14 designed to assure the accomplishment of recognized local public health
15 activities and delegated functions, powers and duties in accordance with
16 applicable standards of performance. Whenever in the director's opinion
17 there is cause, the director may terminate all or a part of any such
18 delegation and may reallocate all or a part of any funds that may have been
19 conditioned on the further performance of the functions, powers or duties
20 conferred.
21 E. The compensation of all personnel shall be as determined pursuant
22 to section 38-611.
23 F. The director may make and amend rules necessary for the proper
24 administration and enforcement of the laws relating to the public health.

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25 G. Notwithstanding subsection H, paragraph 1 of this section, the
26 director may define and prescribe emergency measures for detecting,
27 reporting, preventing and controlling communicable or infectious diseases or
28 conditions if the director has reasonable cause to believe that a serious
29 threat to public health and welfare exists. Emergency measures are effective
30 for no longer than eighteen months.
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31 H. The director shall, by rule:
32 1. Define and prescribe reasonably necessary measures for detecting,
33 reporting, preventing and controlling communicable and preventable diseases.
34 The rules shall declare certain diseases reportable. and shall further


35 establish minimum periods of isolation or quarantine and procedures and
36 measures to institute isolation or quarantine, including the right to a
37 hearing. The rules shall allow the director to institute isolation or
38 quarantine before the completion of a hearing if the director determines that
39 clear and convincing evidence exists that a person poses a substantial danger
40 to another person or the community. The rules shall prescribe measures,
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41 INCLUDING ISOLATION OR QUARANTINE, reasonably required to prevent the
42 occurrence of, or to seek early detection and alleviation of, disability,
43 insofar as possible, from communicable or preventable diseases. The rules
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stsinner
09-23-2009, 09:30 AM
What copycats!! Massachusetts already beat them to this fascism.. We like to be the first to show our ass in the country.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXSB2oca7f8&feature=player_embedded