Nevada May Be the Next State to Nullify Marijuana Prohibition

The Nevada state legislature will consider a proposal to legalize marijuana in 2015. If passed, it will effectively nullify the unconstitutional federal prohibition on the same. And, if the legislature fails to do the job, the issue will go directly to the voters instead.

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Missouri Legislation Would Effectively Nullify Unconstitutional Federal Marijuana Prohibition

The Missouri state legislature will consider a constitutional amendment that would allow the voters to decide on the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes during the 2015 session, effectively nullifying the unconstitutional federal prohibition of the same.

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Interview: 10th Amendment Victories and Next Up for the Nullification Movement

Yesterday, I was on the Tom Woods show to discuss the election results on Tuesday. Unsurprisingly, Tom and I didn’t spend our time talking about the rearranging of the deck chairs on the Titantic (That’s D.C., FYI), we focused on the handful of victories in the states. We also discussed what’s next for the nullification…

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Viral Video Explains Prop. 122 and State Sovereignty to Arizona Voters

A colorful and humorous video is being circulated to promote Prop. 122, a ballot initiative going to Arizona voters in the Nov. 4 election that can make it easier for the state to deny compliance and material support for unconstitutional and unpopular federal programs.

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