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CONTACT: Stop Recruiting Kids 
Update on DOJ Efforts to Invalidate the Arcate and Eureka Youth Protection Acts
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. CITIES OF EUREKA AND ARCATA, CA
Judge Armstrong is scheduled to hear oral arguments on two motions by the United States Department of Justice.
One motion is the plaintiff's (
The second motion is the plaintiff's motion for Dismissal of the Cities' Counterclaims. The Cities' Counterclaims assert that the
The Cities have argued that, under the Ninth Amendment to the Constitution, people have a right to privacy and to protect their children from uninvited or inappropriate advances by anyone, including military recruiters. Further, under the Tenth Amendment, they have the right to enact and enforce ballot initiative ordinances.
The City of
Whatever the outcome of Tuesday’s hearing, the people of Arcata and
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