South Carolina’s S.92, the NDAA Nullification Act of 2013, has been passed out of committee, but needs to be scheduled for a floor vote in the State Senate to move forward. Bill sponsor Tom Davis made an effort to fast track the bill to passage in the Senate, but that was voted down.
S.92 remains alive – but is going to need an extra push to get out of the Senate and on to the State House. The bill can be viewed here.
1. Contact your State Senator and politely let him or her know that you’d like to see S.92 come up for a debate and vote in the full Senate – and soon.
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2. Please contact Senator John Courson.
Senator Courson has shown some indications of opposition to this bill. A yes vote on it should be a no-brainer for anyone wanting to support the Constitution. But, it’s likely he’s not aware of the importance of the issue to people in his state. Strongly, but very respectfully, inform Senator Courson that “indefinite detention” is not constitutional and you want him to support S.92 because the State of South Carolina should not be participating in unconstitutional actions.
His contact phone number is (803) 212-6250Details