The roster of critics is growing as state-level push back against the National Security Agency continues to gather momentum.

An Indiana sheriff and an Oregon Occupy organization recently voiced their support for denying state-level assistance to the agency’s warrantless electronic data collection activities, but perhaps more telling for privacy advocates is that state lawmakers in 10 states are now on record opposing the NSA and warrantless federal surveillance.

In Mississippi, Republican state Sen. Chris McDaniel introduced a bill on Jan. 20, the Fourth Amendment Protection Act, which aims to “prohibit any state action which implements the federal NSA program.”