Nullification, as an idea, is simple.
Legislation, as a process, is not.Details
Today, a bipartisan state house committee in New Hampshire voted unanimously in support of a bill which deems federal indefinite detention powers unconstitutional and bans “any activity that aids” the federal government in carrying out such powers.Details
The Ohio Military and Veterans Affairs Committee voted unanimously, 12 – 0, to pass HCR41 on Tuesday, January 14, 2014. This is an important step in stopping the unconstitutional indefinite detention provisions of the 2012 NDAA in the state of Ohio.Details
we heard from the Republican Liberty Caucus of PA and from Stop NDAA Pennsylvania that the bill may be coming up for a vote in the PA State Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.Details
The Missouri Liberty Preservation Act introduced by Sen. Brian Nieves would ban the state from implementing NDAA indefinite detention and provide for criminal charges for federal agents attempting to carry out.Details