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Tag: Tenth Amendment
  • Two Arizona Ballot Initiatives Score Victories for Tenth Amendment Rights

    As pro-Liberty circles revel in their victory after residents of Oregon and Washington DC voted by ballot initiative to decriminalize the recreational use of cannabis, two additional victories in Arizona–both won by initiative as well, are also worth mentioning. In a recent interview with Tom Woods, the Tenth Amendment Center’s Michael Boldin explains Prop 122 and Prop 303 in detail, and their significance to the modern state’s rights …

  • GCC Young Americans for Liberty promotes Tenth Amendment to students!

    As the semester comes to a close, YAL at Glendale Community College in Glendale, Arizona decided to host a great speaker from the Tenth Amendment Center, a national organization focused on promoting issues related to nullification and state sovereignty. Our group was reached out to by Adam Henriksen, who offered to speak to our group …

  • Constitution Week at Ole Miss: Successfully Promoting Economic Liberty

    Constitution Week here in Oxford was a true success. Lodged right in between two major events here at Ole Miss — the Texas game and Attorney General Eric Holder’s speech at our campus — we were busy promoting economic liberty as seen through the Constitution. Celebrating the Constitution started off a little early when we gave …

  • “Tenthers” Fight for the Rights of States

    CNN recently reported on the states’ rights movement that has been sweeping up state legislatures everywhere: A movement has been growing over the past two years of urging states to exert their rights under the 10th Amendment. The Amendment, part of the Bill of Rights, states:  ‘ The powers not delegated to the United States …

  • Nullification Making Some Noise in Washington State

    A very nice treat found its way into my e-mail this morning: A list of bills introduced onto the House Legislative Floor today included seven bills designed to strengthen the rights of Washington State against the Federal Government. The bills include… The Washington State Health Care Freedom Act, which nullifies national health care: A law …

  • Good for New Hampshire

    While a revival of sorts for states’ rights seems to be occurring in a number of states around the country where marijuana and universal healthcare is concerned, New Hampshire has seen a new bill introduced to its legislature which seeks to “exempt firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition manufactured in New Hampshire from federal law and …