Action Alert: Nullify Obamacare in Ohio

Ohio House Bill 91, The Health Care Freedom Act, is the bill to neuter Obamacare in Ohio.  But it may die in committee without your help!

Unlike the usual opposition, HB91 is supported by both the chairman and vice chairman. However the House majority leader, Representative Barbara Sears is standing in the way.  Not only is Barbara Sears the majority leader with some major pull, but she is a member of the Finance and Appropriations Committee and its subcommittee on Health and Human Services which can halt HB91. With this action, Barbara Sears is effectively helping the Obama administration force the mandate on you.

Without your help, HB91 may not even get a second hearing. The Tenth Amendment Center requests your immediate help to move HB91 towards passage.

ACTION ITEMS

1. Contact the Chairman on the Committee on Health and Aging. Please call and personally thank him for co-sponsoring HB91.  Let him know he has your support in bringing HB91 up for a committee hearing and YES vote.

Lynn Wachtmann (614) 466-3760

2. Contact the other Members of the Health and Aging Committee.  Strongly, but respectfully, let each of the committee members know that you want to see nothing less than a YES vote on HB91

Anne Gonzales (614) 466-4847
Nickie J. Antonio (614) 466-5921
John Barnes, Jr. (614) 466-1408
Heather Bishoff (614) 644-6002
Tim W. Brown (614) 466-8104

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Nevada Action Alert: Help Pass NDAA Nullification

Nevada’s SB378, The Liberty Preservation Act to nullify NDAA Indefinite detention, is in the Senate Judiciary Committee.  It will require a hearing and vote before going to the State Senate for debate and vote. 

Please take the following steps to help pass SB378 – and nullify indefinite detention in Nevada!

ACTION ITEMS 

1.Contact the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Judiciary.  Politely let him know that you’d like him to schedule a hearing and vote on SB378.  And also encourage him to vote YES.

Tick Segerblom 775-684-1422  tsegerblom@sen.state.nv.us

2. Contact all the Members of the Senate Judiciary committee.  Strongly but respectfully, urge each of them to vote YES on SB378 to take a stand against NDAA “indefinite detention.”

Ruben J. Kihuen 702-274-1707 Ruben.Kihuen@sen.state.nv.us
Aaron D. Ford 702-772-5544 Aaron.Ford@sen.state.nv.us
Justin C. Jones 702-265-5878 Justin.Jones@sen.state.nv.us
Greg Brower 775-684-1419 Greg.Brower@sen.state.nv.us
Scott Hammond 702-523-9055 Scott.Hammond@sen.state.nv.us
Mark Hutchison 702-233-2049 Mark.Hutchison@sen.state.nv.us  

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Arizona NDAA Nullification Do or Die Hearing on Monday

On Monday, March 25th, HB2573 to nullify the “indefinite detention” provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is up for a do-or-die hearing and possible vote in the State House Rules Committee.  The hearing will be at 1pm.

The bill, authored by Representative Seel and eight co-authors, already passed the usually tough Judiciary Committee by a 6-2 vote last month, and will need approval in Rules before going on to the full State House for debate and a vote.

The bill would ban any state cooperation with the so-called “indefinite detention” powers under NDAA.  As Judge Andrew Napolitano has said recently, such widespread noncompliance can make a federal law “nearly impossible to enforce” (video here).

Due to the last-minute nature of this alert, we urge you to contact by PHONE rather than email.  You can call over the weekend as well – leave a message so they know your position first thing on Monday morning.

ACTION ITEMS:

1.  Call all the chairman of the House Rules Committee.  Thank him personally for scheduling a hearing on HB2573.  Politely encourage him to vote YES on HB2573 as well.

Bob Robson -(602) 926-5549

2..  Call all the other members of the House Rules Committee.  Strongly, but respectfully, urge each of them to vote YES on HB2573.  

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South Carolina: Help NDAA Nullification Pass the Next Step

South Carolina S92, The Liberty Preservation Act to nullify NDAA Indefinite detention, passed the State Senate and is now in the House for concurrence.   The bill would ban any state cooperation with the so-called “indefinite detention” powers under NDAA.  As Judge Andrew Napolitano has said recently, such widespread noncompliance can make a federal law “nearly impossible to enforce” (video here)

S.92 is currently in the House Committee on Judiciary and needs your help to move forward.  Leave a message on voicemail if needed.  But be sure to ask for a call back so you can speak to the Representative or their staff personally.

ACTION ITEMS

1.Contact the Chairman of the House Committee on Judiciary. Politely ask him to schedule a hearing and vote on S92.  Be sure to let him know that you’d like to see a YES vote on S92 as well.

Delleney, F. Gregory (803) 734-3120

2. Contact the rest of the Members of the House Committee on Judiciary

Smith, James  (803) 256-3582
Quinn, Rick (803) 212-6897
Bannister, Bruce (803) 734-3138
Bowen, Don803) 734-3038
Clemmons, Alan (803) 734-3113

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