PHOENIX, Ariz. – (Mar. 15, 2016) – Today, an important Arizona Senate committee passed a bill to prohibit the state from using personnel or resources to enforce any new federal gun control measures, setting the foundation to nullify them in practice within the state.Details
Virginia HB259 – setting the foundation to prevent “the Board of Education from replacing the educational objectives known as the Standards of Learning with Common Core State Standards” – originally passed the House 77-22.
The only reason we’re seeing almost all of the presidential candidates from both parties talking about the 10th amendment and states being able to determine their own marijuana policy is because the people and then the states acted without first getting federal permission.Details
Kansas Republicans Passed a Resolution back in 2013 opposing Common Core.
Today, the Republican-dominated state House took the End Common Core bill, HB2292, which passed committee on 02-18 – and withdrew it from the House calendar, sending it back to the committee.
Is this a death-knell for the bill? Quite possibly.
They really don’t want to do their job…
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mar 8, 2016) House Joint Resolution 516 (HJR516) from Rep. Brad Hulsey passed the House Finance, Ways & Means Committee this afternoon.Details
Under the Constitution, the president was delegated the authority to execute laws passed by Congress, not create them with the stroke of a pen.Details
PHOENIX, Ariz. – (Feb. 29, 2016) – Today, the Arizona House passed a bill to prohibit the state from using personnel or resources to enforce any new federal gun control measures, setting the foundation to nullify them in practice within the state. The vote was 35-24.Details
Arizona Senate Passes Bill Setting the Foundation to Reject and Block Federal Indefinite Detention and Targeted Assassination Program
PHOENIX, Ariz. (Feb. 29, 2016) – Today, the Arizona Senate passed a bill that would take a big step toward nullifying indefinite detention under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012, and other federal laws which claim to authorize using the laws of war domestically.Details