Missouri Bill Seeks to Effectively Nullify Obama’s Executive Orders

A bill prefiled for introduction in the Missouri State House for 2015 could effectively nullify federal executive orders signed into existence by the President. House Bill 255 (HB255), by State Rep. Tim Remole (R-Excello), seeks to rebuke what is seen by many as federal lawlessness from the executive branch. The full text of the bill is as follows: Any…

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Missouri vs NSA: New Bill Would Ban “Material Support or Resources”

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Dec 18, 2014 – With Congress not only failing to rein in National Security Agency (NSA) spying, but actually expanding its power in a recent funding bill, many privacy activists are looking to the states to take action to block warrantless surveillance programs. A bill filed today in Missouri would not only support efforts to turn of NSA’s water in Utah, but have some practical effect in the Show Me State should it pass.

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Tennessee Bill Would Remove Major Roadblock to Nullification Efforts

In many states, there are mechanisms in place that enable unelected bureaucrats the power to render a good bill DOA simply by claiming it would cost too much money. These mechanisms in the form of fiscal review committees can often prevent important legislation from passing due to individuals whom the public cannot directly influence.

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Nullification in Practice: New South Carolina Bill Would “Gut Obamacare” in the State

COLUMBIA S.C., Dec. 11, 2014  – The fight to nullify Obamacare in South Carolina continues with a bill introduced in the state House by Rep. Bill Chumley earlier today. Over the last two years, Chumley, along with Sen. Tom Davis, led a bold effort to reject the federal act in the state. Chumley’s 2013 bill,…

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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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