A bipartisan bill which creates a mechanism to turn off resources to the NSA passed out of an important California state senate committee today. The vote was 5-0.Details
ST. PAUL, Min., – April 24, 2014. A bipartisan bill which would ban law enforcement from obtaining cellphone location tracking information without a warrant passed the Minnesota state senate on Tuesday. The vote was 56-1.Details
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.. – April 24, 2014. Yesterday, a Missouri house committee gave approval to a bill which would authorize the growing and production of industrial hemp within the state, effectively nullifying the unconstitutional federal ban on the same.
Introduced by Rep. Mike Colona and cosponsored by Reps. Galen Higdon and Paul Curtman, House Bill 2054 (HB2054) passed by a vote of 16-1 in the house committee on economic development.Details
The program is struggling, and it’s our view that this is happening not only because the legislation and regulatory plan was massive and overbearing, but also because it is being resisted.Details
An unconstitutional “law” is no law at all, which puts most of the federal register to the legal trash. But, since the federal government doesn’t recognize the constitution, the only way to render those federal acts null and void in practical effect is to resist and nullify them on a state, local and individual level.Details