The PJ Tatler

Texas TSA nullification passes House, moves on to Senate

From the Tenth Amendment Center:

On Thursday night, the Texas House of Representatives passed a TSA nullification bill that would ban passenger searches at airports without probable cause.

Sponsored by David Simpson (R-Longview ) HB1937 reads in part:

A person who is a public servant [acting under color of his office or employment] commits an offense if the person:

(2) while acting under color of the person’s office or employment without probable cause to believe the other person committed an offense:
(A)  performs a search for the purpose of granting access to a publicly accessible building or form of transportation;

The bill reportedly passed unanimously by voice vote around 11 p.m. and will move on to the Senate for consideration.

Be sure to tell your state senator to support this bill.