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[–] DukeofAnarchy 1 points 20 points (+21|-1) ago 

“These are everyday Americans that have nothing to do with terrorism, they wind up on the no-fly list, there’s no due process or any way to get your name removed from it in a timely fashion, and now they’re having their Second Amendment rights being impeded upon,” Rubio said

Correct (and good for Rubio for saying it), but denying them the right to travel is equally wrong and equally unconstitutional.

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[–] Typo [S] 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago  (edited ago)

A judged ruled it unconstitutional back in 2014 but they are dragging their feet. The government was told that people had to be told that they were on the list so that citizens could appeal it. A few of the people on the list got off but for the others, I suspect the government is hiding behind state secrets privilege.