Amanda Teegarden, OK-SAFE

August 13, 2010 -- Amanda Teegarden, from OK-SAFE which played a key role in stopping the Trans-Texas Corridor, talked to me about their efforts to lobby legislators in her state, teaching others how to have a voice, and the expansion of the reasons to collect biometric information from citizens.

"…Fusion centers, which is a data center hub. I'm sure Maine's got one. There's 72 fusion centers across the United States…to reduce the barriers to information-sharing between the federal, state, local, and tribal levels… Fusion centers are to be involved in something called 'suspicious activity reporting' -- SAR -- which is a federal, national initiative, like your 'tip line'…"

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