If someone has already posted on this, while I was looking out the window, I apologize, however:
A fellow by the name of Marlin Schneider, a dem rep in the Wisconsin state legislature has proposed a law to prohibit anyone from requiring people to have tiny chips embedded in them or doing so without their knowledge. Violators would face fines of up to $10,000
This seems a little redundant -- what with the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. I mean, if these people aren't deterred by either of those, or by the whole intent of the founding fathers, or by common decency, then I doubt this little piece of legislation will cause them to say: "oh, my! now we really can't get away with this."
Any thoughts? Mayhap there is actually a gigantic loophole in our legal system that says: while it is not okay to beat or rape Miss Booth, nor can the government enter her domicile without a warrant, it is quite alright for anyone who feels like to stick a freaking microchip under her skin. Please tell me that we don't need a new law for this one; surely that is already illegal.