[IP] When police ask your name, you must give it, Supreme Court says (fwd from dave at farber.net)

Morlock Elloi morlockelloi at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 22 11:22:55 PDT 2004

> incriminating, and the State has a substantial interest in knowing who you
> are -- you may need medicating, or you may owe the government money, or

Exactly ... and maybe you are on this "consumer" list:


>The president's commission found that "despite their prevalence, mental
>disorders often go undiagnosed" and recommended comprehensive mental
>health screening for "consumers of all ages," including preschool
>children. According to the commission, "Each year, young children are
>expelled from preschools and childcare facilities for severely
>disruptive behaviours and emotional disorders." Schools, wrote the
>commission, are in a "key position" to screen the 52 million students
>and 6 million adults who work at the schools.
>The commission also recommended "Linkage [of screening] with treatment
>and supports" including "state-of-the-art treatments" using "specific
>medications for specific conditions." The commission commended the Texas
>Medication Algorithm Project (TMAP) as a "model" medication treatment
>plan that "illustrates an evidence-based practice that results in better
>consumer outcomes."

BTW, looks like designation "citizen" has been obsoleted by "consumer".

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