Without a temporary restraining order, the NDAA will go into effect on Saturday March 3

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At noon on Friday March 2, San Francisco progressive activists gathered at San Francisco City Hall to urge the Board of Supervisors to join in resistance to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a new federal law that critics say will change the fabric of American democracy in unprecedented ways. The NDAA goes into effect on Saturday, March 3. Press release for event here.

Earlier in the morning, a delegation of SF 99% Coalition members met with SF Board of Supervisors staff to urge support for a resolution encouraging local non-compliance with the law, which would add San Francisco to the growing list of communities nationwide who are saying 'NO' to indefinite detention of US and non-US citizens alike.

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