Cap and Trade Nullification

Joining in with states all over the country, considering or passing legislation to resist federal overreach, are Washington and Oklahoma. Both states have bills introduced which would effectively nullify any future cap and trade legislation emanating from D.C. In Washington, HB2708 – “Concerning adopting the Washington state energy freedom act of 2010 and requiring express…

Details

Oklahoma Sovereignty: The Driver License Protection Act

Introduced in the Oklahoma Legislature is House Bill 2923 (HB2923), the Oklahoma Sovereignty Driver License Protection Act. The bill, introduced by State Rep. Mike Ritze, and seeks to protect the people’s right to privacy in the face of a de-facto national ID card still on the books in Washington D.C. If passed, the act would…

Details

A 10th Amendment Bill with “Teeth”

Often, supporters of the 10th Amendment movement that’s been growing around the country say – “I love all the discussion and the resolutions in support of the 10th amendment, but where’s the enforcement? These actions need some teeth!.” In Oklahoma, State Representative Charles Key has introduced just that – a 10th Amendment Resolution with some…

Details

Oklahoma to Consider Nullification of Federal Gun Laws

Oklahoma State Representative Lewis Moore has introduced a “Firearms Freedom Act” for the state – it’s pre-filed for February 1, 2010 as House Bill 2884 (HB2884). If passed, the will would provide that: A personal firearm, a firearm accessory, or ammunition that is manufactured commercially or privately in Oklahoma and that remains within the borders…

Details

OK Lawmakers File “Freedom of Healthcare Choice Act”

OKLAHOMA CITY – The voters of Oklahoma will have the opportunity to preserve the existing health care system in Oklahoma under legislation sought by three state legislators. State Reps. Mike Ritze and Mike Reynolds and state Sen. Randy Brogdon announced today that they will file legislation enacting the “Freedom of Healthcare Choice Act,” allowing voters…

Details