North Dakota Moves To Join Wisconsin in Criminalizing Implantation of RFID Chips in People Without Their Consent

Jim Capo
Monday, March 19, 2007

Concurring with their Senate colleagues, the North Dakota House yesterday voted 72-17 on a second reading of a bill which makes it a crime in the state to require the implantation of RFID microchips in humans.

Follow this link to the source article: "North Dakota legislative status on RFID bill SB 2415"

The bill (SB2415) has now been returned to the Senate for its third and final reading. (SB2415 passed the Senate on its second reading 44-1).

Between last minute amendments and parliamentary skullduggery things can still go wrong, but it looks like North Dakota will be joining Wisconsin in criminalizing the act of requiring someone to be subjected to an RFID implant without their consent.

More background in our report yesterday.



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