PROVIDENCE, R.I. (May 12, 2015) – A bipartisan bill introduced in the Rhode Island House would authorize and regulate the growth and production of industrial hemp, effectively nullifying federal prohibition of the plant in the Ocean State.Details
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (May 18, 2015) – A California bill that would drastically restrict the use of drones by state and local law enforcement and serve to thwart one aspect of the federal surveillance state passed its third and final Assembly committee last week.Details
BEHIND THE SCENES: Doing some test runs for our upcoming daily and weekly video reports here at TAC. We’ll be discussing current events, important constitutional issues and nullification news. Stay tuned!
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“That the doctrine of non-resistance against arbitrary power and oppression is absurd, slavish, and destructive to the good and happiness of mankind.”
– North Carolina Ratification Document
Short version – violations of your liberty shouldn’t be met with anything but resistance. We call it nullification – by states, localities and individuals.
FORT LUPTON, Colo. (May 15, 2015) – Practical nullification of federal hemp laws in Colorado continues its march forward with the opening of the first large-scale industrial hemp processing plant.Details
TRENTON, N.J. (May 15, 2015) On Thursday, the New Jersey Assembly passed a bill that would significantly limit drone surveillance in the state, and also serve to thwart one aspect of the federal surveillance state. Representatives Daniel Benson, Vincent Prieto, Marlene Caride and Annette Quijano, along with three cosponsors, introduced Assembly Bill 1039 (A1039) in…Details
Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill into law today that takes a second step against mass surveillance, expanding current limitations on the use of drones in the Sunshine State that will have a practical impact on the federal surveillance state.Details
Glenn Reynolds and Jonathan Adler say no. Here’s Professor Adler: The U.S. of House of Representatives is preparing to consider a bill — the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (PUCPA) — that would prohibit most abortions performed after 20 weeks from conception. … … [E]ven if one assumes that a prohibition on post-20-week abortions would be constitutional if enacted by a…Details
Pennsylvania Senate Passes Bill to Legalize Medical Marijuana, Effectively Nullify Federal Prohibition
HARRISBURG, Pa. (May 13, 2015) – By a wide margin yesterday, the Pennsylvania state Senate passed a bill that would legalize marijuana for medical purposes, effectively nullifying in practice the federal prohibition on the same. The vote was 40-7.Details