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In the state of Georgia, restricting the implantation of human tracking devices failed in 2007, 2008 and HB 38 was tabled in 2009. SB 235 was introduced in 2009. SB 235 and HB 38 require personal consent before a microchip can be implanted in a human. In 2010, SB 235, the Microchip Consent Act, passed the Georgia State Senate 47-2.SB 235, however, has run into a roadblock as it moves to the House. The majority whip, Rep. Ed Lindsey has the idea that the government should microchip certain groups of people such as prisoners, sex offenders, parolees, illegal aliens, the elderly or those with Alzheimer's disease What is Rep. Lindsey looking for, mandatory volunteering? Does he not realize that to microchip people as if they were laboratory animals is dehumanizing? It is a direct violation of their human dignity and their physical integrity. Is he not mindful of the FDA identified health risks, such as cancer, infections and death?Microchipping is an invasive procedure. Microchipping should never be done without the informed consent of a rational adult person! Think of the billions to be made by corporations pushing for this very, controversial technology!Employees Get Microchip Implants:A Cincinnati company is requiring any employee who works in its secure data center to be implanted, according to Liz McIntyre, co-author of "Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan To Track Your Every Move with RFID". The video surveillance company City Watcher.com injected two of its employees in the triceps area of the arm with a verichip, a glass encapsulated RFID, or radio-frequency identification tag. Mandating microchips has begun.On Wednesday, February 4, 2009, World Net Daily carried the story of a couple in California who were required by law to have their dog implanted with a microchip in order to take him camping. Following the implantation they watched their beloved dog named, Charlie Brown, bleed to death from the procedure. Charlie was implanted with the Radio-Frequency Identification capsule, or RFID.Forced microchipping, if fully implemented, could open the door to require each and everyone to have implanted in them a radio-frequency identification (RFID) microchip for the purpose of controlling medical care and other data.The microchip surveillance system for human beings has already been patented and is being produced. It is a threat to your privacy and to your civil liberties.During confirmation hearings for Justice John Roberts, then Senator Joseph Biden commented, "can a microscopic tag be implanted in a person's body to track his every movement? There's actual discussion about that. You will rule on that - mark my words - before your tenure is over."Vice President Joe BidenSeptember 2005ACTION: Georgia needs to pass SB 235 in 2010 to ban forced microchipping in Georgia.Four states at present prohibit forced microchip implants. All states need to take action.Employees have already been microchipped. The line has been crossed. We are already on the slippery slope.The microchip surveillance system must be defeated in Georgia and prohibited across the U.S. Each state must pass legislation that bans a microchip to be implanted in the body of any man, woman, child or infant. Many citizens have moral and religious objections to such a procedure.Call the Speaker of the House David Raulson at 404-656-5020 and Majority Leader, Jerry Keen at 404-656-5052 and impress upon them the necessity of passing SB 235 out of committee without Rep. Lindsey's additions, and on to the floor of the House for a vote.