PHOENIX (March 27, 2012) – In a surprising move, the Arizona House Rules Committee killed a bill that would help protect citizens of the Grand Canyon State from federal kidnapping. Only immediate action by Arizona residents can resurrect this crucial piece of legislation. The committee voted 5-4 to block passage of SB1182, which would “prohibit…Details
Some people – including the former law instructor who now serves as President of the United States – believe that it is impossible to reconstruct the Constitution’s original meaning. As this book demonstrates, that view is substantially incorrect.
The Original Constitution fills a void that has existed for a long time—the need for a clear, complete, easy-to-read guide to what our Constitution really means.Details
New Arrivals to Legislative Tracking
These Tenth Amendment related items are currently under consideration in the Pennsylvania Legislature and are appearing for the first time in our legislative updates:
- HB1622 – An Act providing for Pennsylvania-manufactured incandescent light bulbs. – Representative GABLER – Referred to COMMERCE, July 18, 2011 [House].
- HR436 – A Resolution designating October 10, 2011, as “Tenth Amendment Day” in Pennsylvania. – Representative CREIGHTON – Adopted, Oct. 5, 2011 (200-0) [House].
- HR319 – A Resolution memorializing Congress to repeal the provisions of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, which creates Federal energy efficiency standards for lighting. – Representative GABLER – Referred to ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY, July 18, 2011 [House] .
- HR369 – A Resolution memorializing the Congress of the United States to address concerns raised by recent regulations promulgated by the Federal Highway Administration concerning road and street signs. – Representative LAWRENCE – Referred to TRANSPORTATION, Aug. 10, 2011 [House].
Legislative items which have already been reported and have changed from our last update include:Details