It’s good to see some other websites – mainstream and not – covering our work.  Here’s a few recent examples:

Washington Post linked to Mike Maharrey’s report on New Jersey being the first step to address federal militarization of police. So did The New American.

Personal Liberty Digest ran my column – a status report on the nullification movement.

Reason linked to our report on a Massachusetts bill to nullify federal prohibition on both marijuana and hemp.

Cannabis Culture Magazine posted my report on New Hampshire’s hemp bill passing.

Infowars linked our report on the EPA and anticommandeering

Huffington Post, via Pew Research, linked to us on states rejecting federal militarization programs.

I also had a chat with both TIME magazine and WND recently.  Hope to see more coverage soon.

Michael Boldin

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