Eight years ago, I started a blog with 20 bucks. On Tuesday, a California Assembly committee passed a bill I originally wrote to start the process of turning off resources to the NSA. It already passed the Senate 29-1, and should get to the Governor’s desk this year.
The official assembly analysis of the bill cites not only the 10th Amendment (yes, in California), but also the Tenth Amendment Center as a legal authority on why the bill can and should be passed.
I still have barely more than 20 bucks in my pocket. But if I can get this much done here with all my personal shortcomings and limitations, you can do as much – and more.
Founder, Tenth Amendment Center
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