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MONTANA TO INTRODUCE BROAD-BASED STATE NULLIFICATION ACT
« on: February 08, 2011, 12:28:23 pm »

http://www.newswithviews.com/JBWilliams/williams130.htm

MONTANA TO INTRODUCE BROAD-BASED STATE NULLIFICATION ACT


By J.B. Williams
February 8, 2011
NewsWithViews.com

The Montana State Legislature is first to introduce a broad-based state nullification bill designed to reassert the states right to rein in the federal government by nullifying all unconstitutional acts committed by the three branches of the federal government.

Montana HOUSE BILL NO. 382 sponsored by Rep. D. Skees is titled - "AN ACT PROHIBITING INFRINGEMENT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA'S CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO NULLIFICATION OF ANY FEDERAL STATUTE, MANDATE, OR EXECUTIVE ORDER CONSIDERED UNCONSTITUTIONAL BY THE STATE; ENACTING THE MONTANA NULLIFICATION REAFFIRMATION ACT; AND PROVIDING A RETROACTIVE APPLICABILITY DATE."  ...<snip>...
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Re: MONTANA TO INTRODUCE BROAD-BASED STATE NULLIFICATION ACT
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2011, 03:19:51 pm »

I'm Liking MT more all the time...
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Re: MONTANA TO INTRODUCE BROAD-BASED STATE NULLIFICATION ACT
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2011, 09:16:10 pm »

Hello!  Arizona members!

Something more to send to Governor Brewer!

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Re: MONTANA TO INTRODUCE BROAD-BASED STATE NULLIFICATION ACT
« Reply #3 on: February 20, 2011, 11:24:59 pm »

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=262773


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REBELLION IN AMERICA

States to become referees of feds' constitutionality
New proposal would let committees review legislation for nullification

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Posted: February 18, 2011
8:25 pm Eastern


By Bob Unruh
© 2011 WorldNetDaily



Two states have introduced legislative plans that would set up standing commissions whose members would be tasked with reviewing "all existing federal statutes, mandates, and executive orders" to determine their constitutionality, then recommending to lawmakers whether that state should "nullify" any federal law or regulation "that is outside the scope of the powers delegated … to the federal government."

And 28 more states are considering the move. Sometimes there have been inquiries from lawmakers, sometimes the requests for information and help have come from the governors' offices. ...

...It first was introduced in Montana, where House Bill 382 is sponsored by Rep. D. Skees. ...<snip>...


Read more: States to become referees of feds' constitutionality http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=262773#ixzz1EZFYqbLm



 



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REBELLION IN AMERICA

States to become referees of feds' constitutionality
New proposal would let committees review legislation for nullification

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Posted: February 18, 2011
8:25 pm Eastern


By Bob Unruh
© 2011 WorldNetDaily



Two states have introduced legislative plans that would set up standing commissions whose members would be tasked with reviewing "all existing federal statutes, mandates, and executive orders" to determine their constitutionality, then recommending to lawmakers whether that state should "nullify" any federal law or regulation "that is outside the scope of the powers delegated … to the federal government."

And 28 more states are considering the move. Sometimes there have been inquiries from lawmakers, sometimes the requests for information and help have come from the governors' offices.


Read more: States to become referees of feds' constitutionality http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=262773#ixzz1EZFYqbLm
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