A bill introduced in Michigan last week would authorize marijuana to be taxed and regulated similar to alcohol, legalizing the plant, and effectively nullifying in practice the federal prohibition on the same.Details
John Boehner: One criminal is leaving. But you cannot trust the next one either.
Americans, you don’t have to have a passport to fly domestically. American states, you don’t have to obey federal national ID mandates. America, you don’t need to comply with the REAL ID Act.Details
Documents uncovered by the Institute for Justice reveal federal officials have inserted themselves into efforts to reform state asset forfeiture laws, working behind the scenes to ensure states continue to participate in the federal forfeiture program.Details
A Tale of Two Farms: Tennessee and Indiana Serve as Case Studies for Nullification of Hemp Prohibition
Nullification occurs successfully when a state ignores or defies federal edicts, reclaims its own sovereignty, and takes policy-making into its own hands. But it can go horribly wrong when a state tries to comply with federal restrictions and guidelines while attempting to nullify a broader action.Details
This plan, when stripped of its bells and whistles, appears little more than a red herring to keep Obamacare implemented, keep Medicaid expanded, and minimize healthcare freedom in the Natural State.Details
“On the matter of foreign law and the Constitution, I agree with Ed Whelan that this approach has been thoroughly discredited by Obergefell.”Details