Nullification: Any act or set of actions that has as it’s end result a particular federal law being rendered null and void – or just unenforceable – in your state.
Thomas Jefferson referred to nullification as “the rightful remedy” to unconstitutional federal acts. And James Madison taught us that “interposition” (your state standing between you and the federal government to protect your liberty) is something that a state is “duty bound” to do.
In the State of Kansas this legislative session, there are three very important bills that have a strong change of passage – with your diligence and relentless support. Each of these bills would play an important part in nullifying an unconstitutional federal act, or directly nullifying that act. Please take action to act your state senators and representatives to support these bills. It is strongly recommended that you CALL them personally. And, if you’re near the capitol, visit them and let them know it is of the utmost importance that they vote YES on each of these bills. Be respectful in your communication, but unwavering in the strength of your commitment. Let us know what kind of feedback you get, if any, by posting a comment below.
Contact info for House Members here: http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b2013_14/chamber/house/roster/
Contact info for Senate Members here: http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b2013_14/chamber/senate/roster/
The 2nd Amendment Protection Act (HB2199)
Any act, law, treaty, order, rule or regulation of the government of the United States which violates the second amendment to the constitution of the United States is null, void and unenforceable in the state of Kansas.
This bill has not yet been assigned to a committee.
NDAA “Indefinite Detention” Nullification (HB2161)
Congress and Barack Obama have claimed the power to arrest and detain anyone and everyone without due process. The feds call it “indefinite detention,” but we call it what it is – kidnapping. HB2161 does that as well and would make it a criminal act to carry out such detainment in the state of Kansas.
This bill has been referred to the House Standing Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice. Contact members there and strongly urge them to pass this bill so the full House can vote on it. MEMBERS AND INFO HERE
Travel Freedom, Stop the TSA (HB2175)
The TSA violates the constitution and the rights of people every single day. This bill would be a big step towards reining in the TSA, keeping people more free – which results in better security.
This bill has been the House Standing Committee on Federal and State Affairs – MEMBERS AND INFO HERE
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