Today, the Tennessee state senate gave final approval to a bill which some supporters consider the strongest pro-hemp legislation in the country. After a 28-0 vote, the bill will now go to Gov. Bill Haslam’s desk for a signature. With the house having approved the bill by a vote of 88-5, both chambers have a strong veto-proof majority.Details
Republicans position themselves as the party of the Constitution and limited government.
But like the Democrats they constantly criticize, Republicans exercise a great deal of discretion in the application of their constitutional fidelity.Details
By a 5-2 vote, a Missouri senate committee passed HB1439, the 2nd Amendment Preservation Act. The bill seeks to nullify every federal gun law on the books.Details
As the TAC grows each year, there are an increasing number of voices calling for us to register as a non-profit organization, ostensibly allowing us to get the “big donors” that we lack. I’ve refused, on principle, and those principles haven’t changed. But there are also practical reasons to avoid this IRS special status as…Details
The Missouri state house has passed a bill to protect local and state control of education by phasing out the Common Core educational standards.Details