“The US are sovereign on their side of the line dividing jurisdictions, the States on the other. Each ought to have the power to demand their respective sovereignties.”
Andrew Nappi, Florida State Coordinator of the Tenth Amendment Center speaking on the 10th Amendment, State Sovereignty, the Founders and Nullification, on April 17th, 2010.
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