North Dakota HB1436 would legalize hemp for industrial production and distribution, effectively nullifying the federal ban on the same.. It must pass through the House Agriculture Committee successfully before it can receive a full vote in the state house.Details
New Jersey A2719 would legalize industrial hemp for production within the state, effectively nullifying the federal prohibition on the same.
STATUS: A2719 was referred to the Assembly Commerce and Economic Development Committee where it must successfully before it can receive a vote from the whole assembly.Details
New Hampshire HB240 would severely restrict government use of drones in the state.
STATUS: HB240 was referred to the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee, where it needs to pass by majority vote before the full house can consider it.Details
Rhode Island House Bill 5093 (H5093) would nullify certain FDA rules pertaining to experimental drugs for terminally ill patients.Details
STATUS: HB2144 was referred to the Constitutional Law Subcommittee where it must pass before receiving a full vote from the state house.Details
S275 was introduced on Jan. 13 by State Sen. Tom Davis (R-Beaufort) to deny compliance and material support to unconstitutional federal spying in South Carolina. Follow the action steps below to support this important bill.Details
Two New Jersey bills (S2364 and S2365) would restrict the use military equipment by law enforcement in the state. Both have passed unanimously through the state senate (37-0) and through committee in the assembly (7-0) and need your help to get to the governor’s desk. PLEASE TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS – It doesn’t matter where you live in…Details
Indiana Senate Bill 458 (SB458) would ban material support or resources to the NSA and other federal violators of the 4th Amendment in the state of Indiana. It needs your help to move forward! STATUS: SB458 was referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee pending further action. The bill must pass through committee successfully before it can receive…Details
Minnesota SF27 would require the state to deny enforcement assistance and material support for the indefinite detention provisions of the 2012 NDAA, still applicable today.Details