In Arizona, there’s a new coalition forming in support of the 10th Amendment. While it’s just in the early stages, here’s some information from one segment, the Phoenix 10th Amendment Meetup:
The Phoenix 10th Amendment Group is one of four similar meetup groups in Arizona that are in the process of forming a statewide coalition. Members of the Phoenix group work to preserve the sovereignty of Arizona and protect its people’s rights through information, education and political action.
The members and friends of this non-partisan grassroots group meet online and in person to promote the study and exploration of state and individual sovereignty issues, focusing primarily on the decentralization of federal government power. Members espouse the Principles of ’98, which were first laid out in the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions (or Resolves), by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison in 1798.
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