CONCORD, N.H. (Mar. 11, 2015) The New Hampshire state House approved a bill today that would remove the ban on industrial hemp in the state, effectively nullifying the federal prohibition on the same.Details
For a guy who is willing to – with a unilateral stroke of his pen from his own desk – change definitions to ban what used to be legal, give legal status to people who didn’t have it, and even increase taxes….
The idea that Barack Obama can’t move people out of Gitmo because “Congress won’t fund it” is laughable.
To the Governor’s Desk: Montana Right to Try Act Would Nullify in Practice Some FDA Restrictions on Terminally-Ill Patients
HELENA, Mon. (Mar. 10, 2015) – Today, the Montana House gave final approval to a bill that would nullify in practice some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent treatments from being used by terminally ill patients. The vote was 93-7 and the bill now moves to Gov. Bullock’s desk for a signature.Details
HELENA Mont. (Mar. 10, 2015) – Today, the Montana House passed a bill that would put restrictions on automated license plate reader systems (ALPR) by the state and have a major impact on federal efforts to tap in to state and local systems to track millions of people. The vote was 56-44. Introduced by State Rep.…Details
PHOENIX (Mar. 10, 2015) – Today, the Arizona state Senate gave initial approval to a bill that would effectively block any new federal gun control measures in the state by withdrawing all state participation and enforcement. The bill now moves to a third and final reading and vote by the Senate.Details
That’s Robert interviewing Tenth Amendment Center’s Michael Boldin along with great TAC friend, Francisco Rodriguez. From here at TAC HQ in Los Angeles, of course.
The support for our upcoming nullification video series: Teach 150,000 people to nullify, was above and beyond what we had aimed for. This is allowing us to ramp up the quality of our production, and we’ll record in a professional studio rather than here in my apartment and home office. Last Friday, I toured a number of studios here in Los Angeles.Details
To the Governor’s Desk: Wyoming Right to Try Act Would Nullify in Practice Some FDA Restrictions on Terminally-Ill Patients
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Mar. 6, 2015) – On Wednesday, the Wyoming House and Senate gave final approval to a bill that would nullify in practice some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent treatments from being used by terminally ill patients. The votes were 58-1 and 28-1, respectively, and the bill now moves to Gov. Mead’s desk for a signature.Details
HELENA, MT., Mar. 6, 2015 – A bill seeking to block any future federal bans on firearms or magazines was passed by an important Montana Senate committee today. The vote was 7-5. Introduced by Rep. Art Wittich, House Bill 203 (HB203) would prohibit the state “from enforcing, assisting in the enforcement of or otherwise cooperating…Details
I agree with many of the arguments that have been made by people like Prof. Adler, Michael Cannon, and others – that in King v. Burwell, IRS subsidies should be struck down as unconstitutional because they’re not authorized in states where the federal government operates an exchange.
But, the Court will not agree.
The federal government, including the federal courts, cannot be trusted to shut down such a massive expansion of federal power. Congress cannot be trusted. New Republican majorities cannot be trusted. The Courts cannot be trusted.
The only way to stop Obamacare is through state and individual resistance. That is, nullification.