Action Alert for Constitutional Tender!
Missouri House Bill 1637 (HB1637), the Missouri Sound Money Act, has been released from the Rules Committee and is scheduled for debate on the House floor this week. The bill states, in part:
Gold and silver issued by the federal government is legal tender in this state. A person shall not compel any other person to tender or accept gold and silver coins that are issued by the federal government, except for contractual obligations.
For those residing in Missouri, please send emails thanking the rules chair, John Deihl, and the floor leader, Tim Jones for putting it on the calendar. Then, contact your representative and ask them to support the bill with a “yes” vote.
CLICK HERE to find contact info for your Missouri State Rep.
South Carolina House Bill H. 4128 is scheduled for a second reading in the house this week as well. If you live in South Carolina, please contact your representative and ask them to support this bill!
The bill states, in part:
A bill to amend the code of laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Article 18 to Chapter 1, Title 1 so as to provide that gold or silver coin, or both shall be legal tender in this state for payment of certain debts.
CLICK HERE to find contact info for your South Carolina state rep.
The Federal Reserve continues to debase the U.S. dollar into the history books. These states, along with Utah, represent our best hope to put in place a framework for other states to emulate. Should these bills pass, they will provide a model for the transition from Federal Reserve notes to constitutional tender. At this time, state sound money is the only option we have to restore economic freedom. Unless we act now, when the United States dollar fails it will be replaced with a regional or global currency. Should that happen, it is a 100% certainty that we will lose what little economic sovereignty we still enjoy.
“Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes the laws.” – Mayer Amschel Rothschild
Get on your phones and send those emails today.