Texas legislation would effectively nullify Common Core in the state

Two bills introduced in the Texas State House would officially kick the national Common Core State Standards out of the State’s classrooms, effectively nullifying its implementation. Introduced by Rep. Dan Huberty, House Bill 741 (HB741) would allow for the creation of state education assessment standards while prohibiting the adoption or implementation of Common Core standards. HB741 represents a nation-wide attempt to…


New Hampshire Legislator Files Bill to Fire Public Officials that Violate State Sovereignty

A bill in the New Hampshire State Legislature is intended to addresses the sovereignty of the people in the state, going as far as remove public officials who violate it.

Introduced by State Rep. Richard Marple, House Bill 274 (HB274) would give teeth to Part I, Article 7 of the New Hampshire Constitution, which states:


Missouri Bill Would Ban Mass License Plate Tracking by APLRs

A bill introduced in the Missouri Senate would ban local, state and federal agencies from using automated license plate reader systems (ALPR) to “collect captured motor vehicle data,” and would have a major impact on federal efforts to collect information on Americans. Introduced by Sen. Robert Schaaf, SB196 declares “no government entity shall install or…