Indiana Senator Dennis Kruse has introduced a bill that would nullify “Agenda 21” in the Hoosier State.  The bill as introduced, SB 134, provides that “an Indiana governmental entity may not adopt or implement: (1) any policy recommendations relating to the United Nations’ 1992 “Agenda 21″ conference on the environment and development that deliberately or inadvertently infringe on or restrict private property rights without due process; or (2) any other international law or ancillary plan of action that contravenes the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Indiana.”

SB 134 does not currently have any co-sponsors, however a similar bill, HB 1021, was introduced in the Indiana House by Representative Tim Neese back in December of 2012. 

Both bills are currently in committee awaiting further consideration.

The US federal government officially endorsed Agenda 21 in 1992 when President George H. W. Bush signed on to a treaty with 177 other countries that he personally described as ’mammoth’ at a U.N. meeting called the ’Earth Summit’ in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.  

He triumphed this accomplishment as emblematic of a world coming together to maintain a safe, living environment for present and future generations.  However, there is more to Agenda 21 than what these world leaders are willing to let on.

If you live in Indiana, please contact your STATE Senator to politely demand that they stand up for your rights and support Sen. Kruse’s bill.  While you’re at it, contact your STATE Representative and demand that they support Representative Neese’s bill.  You can find their contact information by clicking HERE.  If you live in another state, please contact your state senator and representative to encourage them to follow Indiana’s lead by introducing similar legislation to nullify Agenda 21.

Check out our Legislative Tracking page to keep up to date on state nullification efforts regarding issues such as Agenda 21, Obamacare, NDAA Indefinite Detention and more.

Scott Landreth

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