South Carolina House Passes Sovereignty Resolution

Today, the South Carolina House overwhelmingly voted in favor of S424, a resolution reaffirming sovereignty under the 10th Amendment. ┬áThe final vote was 85-27. The resolution previously passed the Senate, and after passing amended by the House, it returns to the Senate for further action. Here’s a few excerpts from the resolution: Be it resolved:…

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South Carolina Senate Affirms 10th Amendment – and more

On Tuesday, the South Carolina Senate became the 2nd legislative body in the country to approve a resolution affirming State Sovereignty. The resolution, S424, was originally introduced in the 2009 session, but was brought back for additional debate once the new session began last week. While I personally support the passage of such resolutions, I…

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