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local laws overrule federal law
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radioguy
2011-02-11 01:30:00 UTC
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once again, local state laws haS OVERRULED federal law and stuck. just
like the kentucky ham radio operator case where the kentucky court
overruled federal fcc law and the ruling stuck,

just like several other cases around the country where local laws have
overruled federal law and stuck.

this time, . the california court
ignored the "reasonable accomadation for amaateur radio" the fcc
requires and banned the ham from hf communications by making it
impossible for him to legally do so. even though federal fcc rules/
laws say that an amateur radio operator may operate on ANY amateur
radio freuency the FCC allows within ANY place the FCC has
jurisdiction.jj

all the while the court claimed
it was indeed "reasonalbe accomadation for ham radio" because it
still
allows him to be involved in a part of amateur radio (local VHF and
UHF commuicastions only, despite what the fcc says and despite what
fcc rules/laws say)


http://www.arrl.org/arrlletter?issue=2011-02-10#toc01
radioguy
2011-02-11 03:26:23 UTC
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by outlawing the ham radio operator from conducting international
communications , the california state court has effectively ruled the
fcc rule requring hams "to promote international goodwill" as one of
the main purposes of amateur radio is an illegal federal fcc rule/law
and has overruled federal law.

since the case is now permanently over and the ruling now permanently
stands, once again local laws have overruled federal law.

California, truly the land of fruits and nuts.
richard
2011-02-11 03:33:37 UTC
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by outlawing the ham radio operator from conducting international
communications , the california state court has effectively ruled the
fcc rule requring hams "to promote international goodwill" as one of
the main purposes of amateur radio is an illegal federal fcc rule/law
and has overruled federal law.
since the case is now permanently over and the ruling now permanently
stands, once again local laws have overruled federal law.
California, truly the land of fruits and nuts.
It's california dude. They do as they damned well please.
Federal law says possession of marijuana is illegal, except in california.
Persons who cross the US border illegally are violating federal law, but
not in california.
Kent Wills
2011-02-11 09:16:42 UTC
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by outlawing the ham radio operator from conducting international
communications , the california state court has effectively ruled the
fcc rule requring hams "to promote international goodwill" as one of
the main purposes of amateur radio is an illegal federal fcc rule/law
and has overruled federal law.
since the case is now permanently over and the ruling now permanently
stands, once again local laws have overruled federal law.
California, truly the land of fruits and nuts.
It's california dude. They do as they damned well please.
Federal law says possession of marijuana is illegal, except in california.
I think you'll find federal law makes it illegal there as well.
State law in California allows it, but federal law does not.
Post by richard
Persons who cross the US border illegally are violating federal law, but
not in california.
Even in California, the smuggler is violating both federal and
state law.
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Evan Platt
2011-02-11 15:09:32 UTC
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It's california dude. They do as they damned well please.
Federal law says possession of marijuana is illegal, except in california.
No, federal law does NOT state possession of marijuana is illegal
except in California.

All California has done is said California law enforcement will not
enforce the law. Federal law enforcement can still enforce the law.

Do try to keep up, bullshit bullis.
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Scott in Baltimore
2011-04-15 02:16:07 UTC
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California, truly the land of fruits and nuts.
Wow! 2 months without the troll...

...spring planting time?
Evan Platt
2011-04-15 14:05:49 UTC
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On Thu, 14 Apr 2011 22:16:07 -0400, Scott in Baltimore
Post by Scott in Baltimore
Post by radioguy
California, truly the land of fruits and nuts.
Wow! 2 months without the troll...
...spring planting time?
Add radioguy to your killfile, and you'll see it even less frequently
:)
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Kent Wills
2011-04-16 15:07:02 UTC
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At one time, not so long ago, Evan Platt
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On Thu, 14 Apr 2011 22:16:07 -0400, Scott in Baltimore
Post by Scott in Baltimore
Post by radioguy
California, truly the land of fruits and nuts.
Wow! 2 months without the troll...
...spring planting time?
Add radioguy to your killfile, and you'll see it even less frequently
:)
I don't think he's been posting. Certainly none of his posts
have made it to me.
I have mixed feelings. The guy is clearly a taco short of a
combination platter, but I find trying to figure out what his root
complaint actually is to be entertaining.
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