Maryland Lawmaker Takes Aim At Mandatory Microchipping

(TNS) — ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Big Brother may always be watching, but if a Frederick County lawmaker has his way, at least that won’t lead to you being forced to get implanted with a microchip.

Sen. Ron Young (D-District 3) testified in support of Senate Bill 944 before the Senate Finance Committee. The bill would prevent employers and the state government from requiring or coercing anyone to be implanted with an identification device.

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