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…

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)…

GOA Fighting to Repeal One of the Most Insidious Obama Gun Bans Still on the Books


“Other gun-rights groups, such as the National Rifle Association, have not publicly weighed in on this [anti-gun health care] issue, leaving it to GOA. It was GOA which successfully pushed for Sen. Reid’s amendment — one of the few conservative things Reid did in years — back in 2009.” — Liberty Headlines, July 14, 2017


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GOA Activists Win Skirmishes in Two Key Areas

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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…

   The Tulsa Area Republican Assembly met tonight to endorse a candidate in the upcoming Special election for House District 76 (Broken Arrow). Numerous candidates appeared before the group to make their case for the support of this conservative group.   The candidates were given extended  time for speeches at last month’s meeting. Then they were asked  20-questions in a written inquiry. Finally, they were asked to be available to t […]

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