This is more national in scale, but rights by their very nature and definition require no legal form of enumeration. Once you legally enumerate some of them in writing you have delimited them to only those listed, and also virtually assured that they will someday be considered privileges granted by the state. Privileges are revocable. Rights are irrevocable. As the Bill Of Rights has all but fully collapsed under the weight of Social Security, Medicare, Homeland Security, the Patriot Act, TSA, NDAA, Executive Orders, Obamacare, cameras and/or microphones at intersections and soon to be everywhere you can and can't imagine, car searches and seizures without warrants, citizens being urged to spy on each other, etc..., it is clear that we are well into the revoking stage.
Remember: "If you see something, say something!" This must be done as your duty to the Fatherland (err, Homeland).
And don't forget that your child will be expelled from school if he or she refused to accept a tracking spy chip: http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/student-expe ... =education