MSNBC host promotes PLF's case against city snooping
PLF’s lawsuit against Seattle for snooping through residents’ trash continues to get nation-wide attention and support. Today, I interviewed with Seema Iyer of MSNBC’s “The Docket” to explain the case. Seattle sends trash collectors to poke around in your trash can and penalize you if you throw out food. We, along with many other supporters across the country, think this goes too far. Who wants government to scrutinize and control the minutia of our everyday lives? You can view the interview here.
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