House Bill 422 (HB422) would require that the state of Texas refuses to enforce almost all federal gun control measures enacted at anytime – past, present or future. House Bill 413 (HB413) declares all federal restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms to be “invalid” and “not enforceable” within the state of Texas. YOUR ACTION…Details
Passage of two bills (S.117 and S.125) in South Carolina would virtually nullify all federal gun control measures – past, present and future.
STATUS: Both bills have been referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where they will need to pass by a majority vote before consideration by the state senate.Details
Take these steps today: 1. Get this model legislation for your state – 3 bills, download: https://s3.amazonaws.com/TAClegislation/SC-H3020-2015-ACA-Anti-Commandeering.pdf (as introduced for 2015 in SC) https://s3.amazonaws.com/TAClegislation/healthcarefreedomact2.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/TAClegislation/Obamacare-Commissioner.pdf 2. Look up your STATE rep and senator here: http://openstates.org/find_your_legislator/ 3. CALL your state rep and senator. Strongly, but respectfully urge each of them to introduce a bill to withdraw state…Details
A bill that would set the stage for turning off the water at the NSA datacenter facility in Bluffdale, Utah will get a public hearing this month, and your action can help move the legislation forward.Details
AB1327, a bill that would put severe restrictions on the use of drones by government officials within the state of California, was introduced on Feb. 22 by Assemblyman Jeff Gorrell (R-44). It passed in the state assembly by a 63-6 vote. It has since been moved to the Senate Appropriations Committee where it will need to pass through a majority before the full state senate can have chance to concur with the assembly’s decision.Details
In California, an important bill (SB828) would create a mechanism to turn off all material support and assistance, including water and electricity resources, to the NSA from the state of California. It passed in the state senate by a 29-1 margin, and is now in the Assembly Committee on Public Safety. It will need to pass through that committee by a majority before the full Assemplby can vote on the bill and send it to the Governor’s desk.Details
On January 16th, A1164 was introduced in the New Jersey Assembly. The legislation will require law enforcement entities to obtain a warrant prior to using unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) in New Jersey.Details
On Feb. 26, H4791 was introduced to protect the electronic data of South Carolina residents from unwarranted surveillence within state lines. (learn about it here) It passed through the state house by a 89-17 margin, and was sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee. The bill will need to pass through that committee by a majority before the full state senate can have the opportunity to vote upon it.Details
Louisiana HB556 would prohibit implementation of Common Core State Standards and provides for implementation of prior standards.
Status: This bill was introduced in the House on March 10, 2014 and was referred to the House Education Committee on the same date. YOUR ACTION IS NEEDED NOW to make sure this legislation is passed by the committee.Details