A bill under consideration in Wyoming would nullify federal attempts to use indefinite detention, targeted assassinations, or other features of war in the state.Details
COLUMBIA S.C., Jan. 22, 2015 – Today, the South Carolina legislative session’s first committee hearing on a bill to block Obamacare in the state was filled by supporters, with a number of people overflowing into the hallway.Details
JUNEAU, Alaska (Jan. 21, 2015) – A bill filed in Alaska late last week would ban “material support or resources” to the NSA. This would not only support efforts to turn off NSA’s water in Utah, but have practical effects on federal surveillance programs if passed. Alaska Sen. Bill Wielechowski prefiled SB13 on Jan. 16. The legislation…Details
OLYMPIA, Wa., Jan. 20, 2015 – By a unanimous 4-0 vote today, a Washington State Senate committee approved a bill that would authorize the farming, production, and sale of industrial hemp in the state, effectively nullifying the federal prohibition on the same once put into effect.Details
COLUMBIA, S.C. (Jan. 16, 2015) – A bill filed in South Carolina this week would not only support efforts to turn off NSA’s water in Utah, but would have practical effects on federal surveillance programs if passed.Details
NINETY. That’s the number of state-level bills we’re tracking for 2015 so far here at the Tenth Amendment Center! We’re working in states from coast to coast to stop spying, gun control, prohibition, the FDA, indefinite detention, Common Core, Obamacare, Militarization, and more. We’re just getting started! If you want to keep up to date…Details
I can’t imagine what triggered their algorithm on this, but it appears that Facebook considers linking to the Mises Institute – even when linking to their actual Facebook page – to be an unsafe act. See this notice that popped up when attempting to schedule a post on the Tenth Amendment Center page this morning:…Details
Even though the 2nd Amendment offers no exceptions to the right to keep and bear arms, current federal regulations prohibit people who consume marijuana from owning, buying or even possessing firearms or ammunition. A new proposal in Colorado, if passed, would effectively nullify a significant portion of this unconstitutional federal gun control.Details
TWENTY-FIVE: More proof that you should never waste your time on federal efforts:
That’s the # of Republican votes for someone other than John Boehner as Speaker of the House.
It’s also the most opposition votes in 100 years.
That means, for 100 years, the establishment always wins.
If 100 years of same-ole-same-ole doesn’t convince people to stop wasting time on Washington D.C. – we don’t know if anything will.
Resist DC. Nullify it.