Virginia: Act Now to Nullify Federal Gun “Laws”

Earlier this year, Virginia took the first step toward fighting unconstitutional federal violations of the right to keep and bear arms in the Commonwealth when 15 cosponsors introduced a Second Amendment Preservation Act in the state House. While HB2340 didn’t gain traction in the legislature, it set stage for further action.

And there’s Good news! You can still battle the feds at the local level.

What was most lacking – beyond political courage in the Commonwealth – was strong grassroots organization behind the Second Amendment Preservation Act well in advance. Next time, Virginia legislators will be on notice for months in order to get this important legislation passed.  With your work and dedication, liberty will win.

In order to take this to the next level and get a victory, your action is needed right now.  Starting today, and all the way through the rest of the year, local governments around the state need to be pressed to take action – passing legislation in support of the right to keep and bear arms and refusing to cooperate with the feds locally.  And at the same time, calling on the state legislature to do the same.  When the state is blanketed with local communities willing to nullify violations of the Second Amendment, the state legislature will be on notice.  Do your job, or else.

It’s going to take work to ensure that this is how things play out.  Here’s what you can start doing right now.

1.  Contact your local legislators – County, City, Town - and urge them to introduce an ordinance in support of the Second Amendment.

local ordinance here: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/legislation/2nd-amendment-preservation-act/

2.  Become a local leader.   If you’re dedicated to the right and keep and bear arms

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County-Level Push to Protect 2nd Amendment in Florida

Written By Francisco Rodriguez, Theile Riordan and Andrew Nappi

The Florida Tenth Amendment Center has launched campaigns to preserve the Second Amendment in all 67 Florida counties. This comes weeks after FLTAC launched county campaigns to Stop Common Core and preserve the educational rights of parents and states. These action campaigns are provided to give the tools to liberty activists for encouraging their Board of County Commissioners to support and pass the Florida Tenth Amendment Center’s Local Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance.

Join Your County’s Action Campaign using the links below:

Read the Act Here: http://bit.ly/Local2A

*Lee County & Collier County have passed Second Amendment Preservation Resolutions, and although a step in the right direction, the Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance extends even further to defend your liberty.

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Idaho: Take Action to Nullify Federal Gun Control

Early this year, Idaho lawmakers introduced the Second Amendment Preservation Act (HB219) in the House. It passed overwhelmingly with a vote of 55-13, but the measure stalled in the Senate in March.

This was not a loss. It was first step on the path to victory! What we need to push things further in Boise next session is a strong grassroots organization behind the bill well in advance.

In order to take this to the next level and get a victory, your action is needed right now.  Starting today, and all the way through the rest of the year, local governments around the state need to be pressed to take action – passing legislation in support of the right to keep and bear arms and refusing to cooperate with the feds locally.  And at the same time, calling on the state legislature to do the same.  When the state is blanketed with local communities willing to nullify violations of the Second Amendment, the state legislature will be on notice.  Do your job, or else.

It’s going to take work to ensure that this is how things play out.  Here’s what you can start doing right now.

1.  Contact your local legislators – County, City, Town - and urge them to introduce an ordinance in support of the Second Amendment.

local ordinance here: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/legislation/2nd-amendment-preservation-act/

2.  Become a local leader.   If you’re dedicated to the right and keep and bear arms

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Action Alert: Nullify Federal Gun “Laws” Locally in Georgia

Even in Georgia, where state lawmakers seem to have little interest in opposing federal acts violating the Second Amendment, you have the opportunity to stop federal gun control. And no, it doesn’t rely on your state legislature!

You can nullify unconstitutional acts infringing on the right to keep and bear arms, right now, today – at the local level.

In order to take this to the next level and get a victory, your action is needed right now.  Starting today, and all the way through the rest of the year, local governments around the state need to be pressed to take a similar action – passing legislation in support of the right to keep and bear arms and refusing to cooperate with the feds locally.  And at the same time, calling on the state legislature to do the same.  When the state is blanketed with local communities willing to nullify violations of the Second Amendment, the state legislature will be on notice.  Do your job, or else.

It’s going to take work to ensure that this is how things play out.  Here’s what you can start doing right now.

1.  Contact your local legislators – County, City, Town - and urge them to introduce an ordinance in support of the Second Amendment.

local ordinance here: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/legislation/2nd-amendment-preservation-act/

2.  Become a local leader.   If you’re dedicated to the right and keep and bear arms

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Maryland Action Alert: Nullify Federal Gun Control

Even in Maryland, where state lawmakers seem to have little interest in opposing federal acts violating the Second Amendment, there’s an opportunity to stop federal gun control.  And no, it doesn’t rely on your state legislature!

You can nullify unconstitutional acts infringing on the right to keep and bear arms at the local level. In fact, the local movement to nullify federal gun “laws” has already taken off with Carol, Cecil, and Hartford counties leading the way.

In order to take this to the next level and get a victory, your action is needed right now.  Starting today, and all the way through the rest of the year, local governments around the state need to be pressed to take a similar action – passing legislation in support of the right to keep and bear arms and refusing to cooperate with the feds locally.  And at the same time, calling on the state legislature to do the same.  When the state is blanketed with local communities willing to nullify violations of the Second Amendment, the state legislature will be on notice.  Do your job, or else.

It’s going to take work to ensure that this is how things play out.  Here’s what you can start doing right now.

1.  Contact your local legislators – County, City, Town - and urge them to introduce an ordinance in support of the Second Amendment.

local ordinance here: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/legislation/2nd-amendment-preservation-act/

2.  Become a local leader.   If you’re dedicated to the right and keep and bear arms

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Utah Aids Federal Lawlessness

The state of Utah has sided with the feds against the Constitution by choosing to enforce a “law” that denies gun rights to sick people.

“Utah, complying with the federal Gun Control Act, denies or revokes concealed-carry firearms permits for anyone with a prescription for marijuana. While Utah doesn’t allow marijuana to treat ailments, eight of the 31 states that recognize Utah’s concealed firearms permit do,” The Salt Lake Tribune reports.

Utah does not allow for the use of medical marijuana, but eight of the 31 states that recognize its concealed firearms permit do. Utah’s permits are extremely popular outside of the state.

The federal law does not deny conceal permits to those taking prescription opiates or other drugs.

This situation perfectly illustrates the callousness and idiocy of federal law. Because a seriously ill patient’s doctor chooses to treat her with cannabis (tremendously beneficial for a whole host of ailments, despite what the DEA says), the feds deny a constitutionally protected right.  Meanwhile, if a doctor prescribes pharmaceutical pills that kill thousands of people per year, are highly addictive and have far more negative side-effects than marijuana, they are free to hold a concealed carry permit, unless they are suspected of abuse.

Talk about a horrific and ridiculous double-standard.

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Michigan Action Alert: Nullify Federal Gun “Laws” Locally

Michigan Rep. Bill Rogers, along with 21 cosponsors, introduced House Bill 4457 to nullify federal gun laws last March. Unfortunately, even with strong support, the bill remains bottled up in committee.

But you don’t have to wait for state lawmakers to take action. You can jump start the movement  to protect the right to keep and bear arms in Michigan right now, today, by working at the local level. Several Michigan counties have already taken action, and other counties and cities can follow suit. With your work and dedication, liberty will win.

In order to take this to the next level and get a victory, your action is needed right now.  Starting today, and all the way through the rest of the year, local governments around the state need to be pressed to take a similar action – passing legislation in support of the right to keep and bear arms and refusing to cooperate with the feds locally.  And at the same time, calling on the state legislature to do the same.  When the state is blanketed with local communities willing to nullify violations of the Second Amendment, the state legislature will be on notice.  Do your job, or else.

It’s going to take work to ensure that this is how things play out.  Here’s what you can start doing right now.

1.  Contact your local legislators – County, City, Town - and urge them to introduce an ordinance in support of the Second Amendment.

local ordinance here: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/legislation/2nd-amendment-preservation-act/

2.  Become a local leader.   If you’re dedicated to the right and keep and bear arms

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Florida Action Alert: A Full-Court Press to Nullify Federal Gun Control

The full-court press is on to get a 2nd Amendment Preservation Act passed by the Florida legislature in the next session!

This is an exciting and extremely important objective, but it  likely won’t succeed without a strong ground game at the grassroots level. You don’t have to wait for state lawmakers to act. You can start the process right now, today, by working to get your city and county governments to pass ordinances refusing cooperation with federal officials trying to enforce unconstitutional gun laws in the Sunshine State.

In order to take this to the next level and get a victory, your action is needed right now.  Starting today, and all the way through the rest of the year, local governments around the state need to be pressed to take action – passing legislation in support of the right to keep and bear arms and refusing to cooperate with the feds locally.  And at the same time, calling on the state legislature to do the same.  When the state is blanketed with local communities willing to nullify violations of the Second Amendment, the state legislature will be on notice.  Do your job, or else.

Some local officials have resisted taking action, insisting “localities are prevented by Florida statute from enacting laws regarding the regulation of firearms.” They either don’t understand, or they are lying. The state law was meant to prevent a hodgepodge of confusing local firearms regulations by maintaining authority at the state level. But it says nothing about determining priorities for local law enforcement or directing the utilization of their resources.This noncooperation ordinance is not a regulation on firearms. It’s a directive to local law enforcement and perfectly legal under state law.

It’s going to take work to ensure that this is how things play out.  Here’s what you can start doing right now.

1.  Contact your local legislators – County, City, Town - and urge them to introduce an ordinance in support of the Second Amendment.

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Ohio Action Alert: Nullify Federal Gun “Laws” Locally

While Ohio’s Second Amendment Preservation Act (House Bill 99) remains bottled up in committee, options to block federal violations of the right to keep and bear arms remain open. We need to put strong grassroots support behind HB99  and put state legislators on notice in order to get this important legislation passed. And we can do this at the local level!

With your work and dedication, liberty will prevail.

In order to take this to the next level and get a victory, your action is needed right now.  Starting today, and all the way through the rest of the year, local governments around the state need to be pressed into action – passing legislation in support of the right to keep and bear arms and refusing cooperation with the feds locally. And at the same time, calling on the state legislature to do the same. When the state is blanketed with local communities willing to nullify violations of the Second Amendment, the state legislature will be on notice. Do your job, or else.

It’s going to take work to ensure that this is how things play out.  Here’s what you can start doing right now.

1.  Contact your local legislators – County, City, Town - and urge them to introduce an ordinance in support of the Second Amendment.

local ordinance here: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/legislation/2nd-amendment-preservation-act/   

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Dyer Co. Tennessee Adopts Second Amendment Preservation Resolution

DYERSBURG, Tenn. – Dyer County commissioners unanimously approved a resolution supporting the Second Amendment during its Monday night meeting.

County Commissioner Dr. Brandon Dodds introduced the Second Amendment Protection resolution, and the Local Government Committee adopted it last month. The resolution calls upon the Tennessee legislature, judiciary and executive branches to “adopt and enact any and all measures necessary to reject and nullify the enforcement of any federal laws, acts, orders, rules or regulations in violation of the Constitution of the United States.” (Full text below)

“I believe it is one of the most important amendments,” Dodds told the State Gazette. “I believe it is not only illegal but unenforceable whenever the federal government passes a law limiting the Second Amendment.”

Local Government Committee chair Commissioner David Agee introduced the resolution to the full commission, noting that several counties had already passed similar resolutions. The Tennessee Sheriff’s Association and Dyer County Sheriff Jeff Box have both voiced support for these type of resolutions.

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