Tenth Amendment Center

The Tenth Amendment Center is a national think tank that works to preserve and protect the principles of strictly limited government through information, education, and activism. The center serves as a forum for the study and exploration of state and individual sovereignty issues, focusing primarily on the decentralization of federal government power as required by the Constitution.

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CONCORD, N.H. (July 20, 2017) – A bill to decriminalize marijuana possession was signed into law by Gov. John Sununu on Tuesday. This represents a step towards nullifying the unconstitutional drug war in the Live Free or Die State. Along with 11 bipartisan co-sponsors, Rep. Robert Cushing (D-Hampton) introduced House Bill 640 (HB640) to end criminal…

I’m about to take a foray into good old-fashioned boots on the ground activism. Most of my work at TAC involves sitting behind a computer. I write and edit articles and bill reports, analyze legislation, write video scripts – stuff like that. I also work directly with legislators across the country to get nullification bills introduced…

On July 18, I spoke at the Libertarian Party of Kentucky District 3 meeting in Louisville, Ky. and explained why I believe the Constitution is so important. In a word – decentralization. WATCH I stated with a quick overview of the ratification of the Constitution and explained that it undeniably established a very decentralized system…

HARTFORD, Conn. (July 19, 2017) – Last week, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy signed a bill into law that significantly reforms the state’s asset forfeiture laws, but fails to close a loophole that allows police to circumvent more strict state laws by passing cases off to the feds. The House Banking Committee Committee introduced House Bill 7146 (HB7146)…

A bill working its way through the Rhode Island state legislature would require the state departments to enforce the Federal Food Safety Modernization Act. Rep. Blake Filippi made a strong case that no state agency should enforce this onerous federal law. The federal act set to go into effect in 2018 imposes 600 pages of rules and…