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Is our right to privacy guaranteed in the the Constitution? Yes? No? Maybe?

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As the subject of personal privacy continues to be one of concern and a proposed bill is about to be submitted for consideration, one wonders "What are my rights as an individual to expect privacy?" Just what does the Constitution of the United States guarantee? Does it guarantee anything?

If history tells us anything on this subject, it tells us, "Maybe, maybe not."

Join me this morning "In the Pickle Barrel" as we take a quick look at updates on some of the events and stories of the day and then the discussion of Privacy Rights. Just be aware...if you join me live on air what you say is not private. Afterall, you will be live!

Hope to see you at 7-8:30AM In the Barrel.

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