In Mississippi yesterday, the Senate Judiciary A committee killed HB490 without a recorded or public vote. The bill would have banned the state from participating in Agenda 21 or implementing it, and the House passed it last month 79-36. Inside sources tell us that Republican leadership in the Senate didn’t want the bill to get to the Governor’s desk, so they quietly killed it in Committee before the Senate could even vote on it.

This shouldn’t be news: If you want more liberty, Republicans aren’t your friends. That counts for both federal and state politicians. At best, they’re chess pieces that you can work to push in a direction that they see as popular.

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Tennessee Action Alert: Help Stop Agenda 21, Support HB185 and SB459

Tennessee HB185 and SB459 would protect private property rights from United Nations’ Agenda 21 by prohibiting its implementation in the state. HB185 must pass through the State Government Subcommittee successfully, and SB459 must pass through the Senate Judiciary Committee before the bills can receive full votes in their respective chambers. Take the following steps to support these important bills.

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Washington State Action Alert: Help Stop Agenda 21, Support SB5191

Washington State SB5191 would ban implementation of or participation in United Nations’ Agenda 21 and other similar programs. It must pass successfully through the Senate Law & Justice Committee before it can receive a full vote in the state senate. Please take the following action steps to ensure the success of this important bill. 1. Call…

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