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First for Independence: The Halifax Resolves of 1776

First for Independence: The Halifax Resolves of 1776

April 12, 1776 - the first official action by one of the colonies in full support of declaring independence. The Halifax Resolves were also the first example of a colony-wide ...
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Alabama Committees Pass Bills to Prohibit Credit Card Codes to Track Firearms Purchases

Alabama Committees Pass Bills to Prohibit Credit Card Codes to Track Firearms Purchases

Alabama House and Senate committees passed the Second Amendment Financial Privacy Act, a bill that would prohibit financial institutions operating in the state from using a credit card merchant code ...
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Signed by the Governor: Tennessee Law Excludes CBDC from Definition of Money and Deposit Account

Signed by the Governor: Tennessee Law Excludes CBDC from Definition of Money and Deposit Account

Governor Bill Lee signed a bill into law that expressly excludes a central bank digital currency (CBDC) from the definition of money and a "deposit account" under the Uniform Commercial ...
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Rhode Island House Committee Holds Hearing on Defend the Guard Act

Rhode Island House Committee Holds Hearing on Defend the Guard Act

On Tuesday, a Rhode Island House committee held a hearing on the Defend the Guard Act, a bill that would require the governor to stop unconstitutional foreign combat deployments of ...
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Ohio Bill Would Take Steps to Treat Gold and Silver as Money

Ohio Bill Would Take Steps to Treat Gold and Silver as Money

A bill introduced in the Ohio House would take several steps to treat gold and silver as money, including requiring the state to accept gold and silver as payment, repealing ...
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New Hampshire Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Defend the Guard Act

New Hampshire Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Defend the Guard Act

The legislation would prohibit the governor from releasing any unit or member of the New Hampshire National Guard into “active duty combat” unless specific constitutional requirements is met ...
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Sound Money Success: The Utah Case Study

Sound Money Success: The Utah Case Study

Since 2011 - a combination of state laws and human action has built what is likely the most robust foundation for the advancement of gold and silver as money in ...
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To the Governor: Maryland Bill to Put Some Limits on Police Use of Facial Recognition

To the Governor: Maryland Bill to Put Some Limits on Police Use of Facial Recognition

Results generated by facial recognition could only be introduced as evidence in a criminal proceeding to establish probable cause or a positive identification in connection with a warrant or at ...
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Alabama Bill Would Repeal State Capital Gains Taxes on Gold and Silver

Alabama Bill Would Repeal State Capital Gains Taxes on Gold and Silver

individuals selling gold or silver bullion, or utilizing gold and silver in a transaction, would no longer be subject to state income taxes or sales taxes on the exchange ...
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Louisiana Senate Passes Bill to Make Gold and Silver Legal Tender

Louisiana Senate Passes Bill to Make Gold and Silver Legal Tender

Enactment of this law would make Louisiana the fifth state to recognize gold and silver as legal tender. Utah led the way, reestablishing constitutional money in 2011. Wyoming, Oklahoma, and Arkansas have since ...
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Alabama Bills Would Prohibit Credit Card Codes to Track Firearms Purchases

Alabama Bills Would Prohibit Credit Card Codes to Track Firearms Purchases

Titled the “Second Amendment Financial Privacy Act,” the bills would prohibit a financial institution operating in Alabama from “requiring merchants to use a merchant category code (MCC) to distinguish a ...
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A Fatal Error: A Single Step is a Step Too Far

A Fatal Error: A Single Step is a Step Too Far

Supporting one version of an unconstitutional government program over another - because it seems to be the "least offensive" option - is not only what leading founders called a "fatal ...
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Louisiana Bills Would Make Gold and Silver Legal Tender

Louisiana Bills Would Make Gold and Silver Legal Tender

Bills introduced in the Louisiana House and Senate would make gold and silver legal tender in the state, and establish state-issued gold and silver-backed transactional currencies. This would set the ...

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