March 31 Show: Randy Miller, Director, Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, Discuss Two Proposed Amendments to the State Constitution that are Destructive to Liberty and Accountability of Government

Brian Sussman discusses the Arizona State Constitution with Randy Miller, Director, Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, two proposed State Constitution amendments that were never intended and are contradictory to the intentions of government.

These two bills, one HCR 2039, by Joe Chaplik asking voters to amend our state constitution to allow a state of emergency to be declared but limiting it to 30 days. This is absurd! The constitution does not allow for a state of emergency to be called now and every day we lived through COVID was a violation of our rights. Neither the governor nor the legislature has constitutional authority to declare an emergency.  Yet, now the republicans say its’ okay; lets violate every legal function of government, but limit it of 30 days?  Our rights have no exceptions because the governor or legislature believes they have an emergency.

The second bill by Mesnard, SCR1034, wants us to amend the constitution to take any responsibility off the legislators to cut spending, stop out of control government and just continue a previous budget because they cannot come to an agreement? This is irresponsible and not representative government. Do not allow this garbage to go forward. The voters of Arizona need to understand the consequences of heading down a path that ignores the Constitution.

Randy Miller, is coming to Cottonwood to teach a free class for the public about the US and Arizona Constitutions.  He teaches the practical application of the Constitution in a fun and innovative approach. These classes to be held monthly on the first Saturday of the month from 10 am to noon.  The next class will be held on Saturday, April 1 at the Cottonwood Library located at 100 Sixth St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326 in the Dede Ewald classroom.  The classes are open to the public.

About Randy Miller

Mr. Miller is a retired Senior Deputy Probation Officer from Santa Barbara County, California, with extensive experience working with gangs and supervising an intensive adult gang and sex offender caseload. He has also served as an instructor as a private contractor in Arrest and Control unarmed defensive tactics and Use of Force law.

As State Director of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association for Arizona, Mr. Miller has focused on community education on our constitutions, working with State Legislators on issues involving citizen rights, following the constitutions, due process rights, and support and proper funding for the law enforcement community. 

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