Rep. Aaron Libby, State Representative of House District 139 in Maine, discusses LD 1305, “An Act To Limit the Use of the National Guard to Situations Specifically Authorized by the United States Constitution;” the growing momentum of Tenth Amendment-based resistance to federal programs like the REAL ID Act and Guard deployments; and why the US Constitution should be amended properly, not changed by simply ignoring particular sections until precedence is set.
MP3 here. (19:26)
Aaron Libby is the Maine State Representative of House District 139, which includes Waterboro and part of Lyman. He has been appointed to serve on the Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee during the 125th Legislature.
Rep. Libby is a farmer on a family owned farm. He has worked for large national corporations and small businesses including audio/video specialist, loss prevention and food preparation. He was selected to the Maine Pomological Societies Executive Committee, selected one out of ten for the United States Apple’s ‘Young Grower’s Intitiative’ in Washington D.C. He is a graduate of Massabesic High School.