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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - William Masters
Thirty-seven of Colorado's 62 elected sheriffs are banding together for a lawsuit against the state's tight new gun restrictions.
The board overseeing a South Carolina company that fosters technology jobs approved Thursday increasing employees' pay by $290,000 in an effort to make their salaries more competitive.
"I'm not going to sue anybody for anything," he said, as quoted in the paper. "I understand the frustration but I wouldn't do that."
San Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters said in The Denver Post report that he's not adding his name to the suit — but at the same time, he doesn't see the new laws curbing violence in any way.