Oklahoma Action Alert: Support HJR1084 to Allow Citizens to Vote Down Obamacare

On Feb. 3, HJR1084 was introduced as an amendment to Oklahoma’s state constitution in response to federal overreach of Obamacare. If passed by the House and Senate, Oklahoma residents would have an opportunity to vote to approve the measure as part of the state constitution.  It would ban the state from taking any action to help effectuate any part of the affordable care act, as plan that Judge Andrew Napolitano said would “gut Obamacare.”

No agency of the state, or officer or employee of the state, acting on behalf of the state, may engage in an activity that aids any agency in the enforcement of those provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 and any subsequent federal act that amends the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 that exceed the authority of the United States Constitution.
The constitutional amendment would also provide for a state tax deduction for any Oklahoman penalized or taxed under Obamacare.
The amendment would essentially constitutionalize the Tenth Amendment Center’s model legislation to nullify Obamacare.
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Kentucky Action Alert: Help Stop Obamacare!

Kentucky State Representatives Tim Moore and Kim King recently introduced HB302 in an effort to stop the unconstitutional federal montrosity known as “Obamacare”.

Among other things, this bill would “prohibit the Governor, the Personnel Cabinet, and state agencies from participating in or complying with any federal law, regulation, or policy that would compromise the freedom of choice in the health care decisions of any resident of Kentucky.”

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Obamacare Nullification back on the move in South Carolina

Last year, the South Carolina Freedom of Health Care Protection Act was introduced, H.3101. It was known as the “Obamacare Nullification” bill because it initially declared the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to be illegal within the state. Through the house process, the bill was significantly narrowed and eventually passed by a large margin. The vote was 65-34.…

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Georgia legislation would create serious problems for Obamacare

After the initial House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on HB707, sponsor Rep. Jason Spencer and other supporters began looking at ways to address concerns brought up about the language in the bill. Prior to a second hearing last week, Spencer and House leadership met behind closed doors and hammered out a new approach that will likely garner the support necessary to move the bill forward.

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