ACTION ALERT: Bill To Protect Second Amendment In Ohio Set For First Hearing Tuesday

Ohio Representatives Wes Retherford and Ron Hood introduced HB99 on March 12, 2013, in an effort to protect Ohioans from unconstitutional infringements on the 2nd Amendment.  This important bill is finally being given its first hearing Tuesday, April 30, at 4 p.m. ET in room 121 of the State House in Columbus. Rep. Retherford has…


South Carolina: Keep the Pressure on to Move Obamacare Nullification Forward!

Representative Bill Chumley introduced H3101 to stop Obamacare in the State of South Carolina.  With your support, this bill was brought back from the verge of death in the House judiciary committee. Last Thursday, H3101 passed the House with a vote of 65-34. It is up for a third vote in the coming days, but it is expected to pass by the same margin.

Your action is needed right now need to prepare for the path in the State Senate


1. Please contact your state senator.  CALL, and let him or her know that you want to see them co-sponsor and support H3101.  Be strong, but respectful in your communication.

Find your state senator here:

2.  Join the Nullify Obamacare Group for South Carolina on Facebook.  Get involved, let others know what kind of responses you get, plan strategy and more.  The South Carolina Tenth Amendment Center Facebook Page here


Texas: Don’t let the 2nd Amendment Preservation Act Die in Committee

Texas HB928, Second Amendment Preservation Act, passed out of the federalism committee and seems to be sitting dormant in the Calendars committee.  Calendars is how the bill gets scheduled for a debate and vote on the House floor.  It needs a vote there soon..  With only a few weeks left in the legislative session, your calls are needed now to ensure that HB928 moves forward for a vote!

ACTION ITEMS for Texas HB928

1.  Contact the Chair of the Committee on Calendars.  Politely encourage him to schedule HB928 for a vote in the full House.

Rep. Todd Hunter. (512) 463-0672

2.  Contact all the rest of the members of the Committee on Calendars.  Respectfully urge each of them to vote YES on HB928 to move the bill to the full State House.

Contact information here: 


Michigan: Help the Firearms Freedom Act Move Forward

Michigan Senate Bill 63, the Freedom Firearms Act, is “a bill to create the Michigan firearms freedom act; to make certain findings regarding intrastate commerce; to prohibit federal regulation of firearms, firearms accessories, and ammunition involved purely in intrastate commerce in this state; to provide for certain exceptions to federal regulation; and to establish certain manufacturing requirements.”

By nullifying unconstitutional federal powers under the interstate commerce clause, SB63 not only will help protect your right to keep and bear arms, but will serve as a welcome mat for firearms manufacturers to move to the state.  At a time of economic troubles, this is a great jobs bill.

SB63 has moved out of Committee, and is heading to the Senate Committee of the Whole. This is not the final vote. SB63 needs your help to move forward for the third and final vote on the Senate floor.


1. Contact your state senator. Strongly, but respectfully, urge him or her to vote YES on SB63.

Find your State Senator here


Help Stop Warrantless Drone Spying in Oregon

Last week, the Oregon house voted to pass HB2710, a bill to nullify warrantless drone spying.  The final vote was 52-7 and the bill now goes to the State Senate for concurrence. It’s first stop is the Judiciary Committee.  This bill is scheduled for a public hearing and possible work session on May 8th.

HB2710 “provides that law enforcement agency may use drone to intercept communications only as provided under laws relating to wiretaps and other interceptions of communications.”

In other words?  No warrant = no drone.


1. Contact the Committee Chairman. Thank him for scheduling the hearing, and encourage him to vote YES on HB2710.

Floyd Prozanski 503-986-1704

2. Contact the other members of the Judiciary Committee. Strongly, but respectfully, urge each of them to vote YES on HB2710.