Tenth Amendment Center

NO, the Supreme Court isn’t the only branch tasked with determining the constitutionality of “laws” Here’s Ronald Reagan’s Attorney General on the subject: “Constitutional interpretation is not the business of the Court only, but also properly the business of all branches of government. The Supreme Court, then, is not the only interpreter of the Constitution.…

SB224 declares that the Commonwealth of Kentucky “shall not implement the academic content standards for English language arts and mathematics developed by the Common Core Standards Initiative and copyrighted by the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers.” The bill also goes on to ban state participation in the Next Generation Science Standards Initiative and refuses any nationalized assessments related to the banned programs.

A bill that would effectively cripple implementation of Obamacare in Missouri recently passed out of committee. SB546 would ban Missouri from taking any action that would “compel, directly or indirectly, any person, employer, or health care provider to participate in any health care system.” That means the state would be banned, by law, from operating…

The Kentucky State House of Representatives is considering a bill that would nullify any past, present or future gun control laws handed down by the feds. HB429 reads in part, “The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky finds and declares that all federal acts, laws, orders, rules, and regulations regarding firearms, present or future,…

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., March 14, 2014 – Yesterday, the Missouri house overwhelmingly approved a bill to ban the obtaining of cellphone location tracking information without a warrant. House Bill 1388 (HB1388) prohibits use of such information in civil or criminal proceedings, and even bans its use as “an affidavit of probable cause in an effort to…

Yesterday, the Idaho state house passed a bill which would effectively nullify future federal gun laws by prohibiting state enforcement of any future federal act relating to personal firearms, a firearm accessories or ammunition. The vote was 68-0. It previously passed the state senate by a vote of 34-0, and will now go to the Governor’s desk for a signature.

Introduced by Rep. Neal Kurk (R-Hillsborough), House Bill 1619 (HB1619) prohibits the acquisition, collection, or retention of personal information including “personal identifiers, content, and usage, given or available to third-party providers of information and services, including telephone; electric, water and other utility services; internet service providers; social media providers; banks and financial institutions; insurance companies; and credit card companies.”

The Arizona Senate has approved a resolution rebuking the EPA and calling upon the legislature to nullify its unconstitutional activities within the state. Senate Resolution 1003 (SR1003) states emphatically that “the Members of the Senate support the nullification in the State of Arizona of all rules imposed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.” Although…

Two bills HB556 and HB557 that would nullify the Common Core curriculum in Louisiana need your help. STATUS – Both bills have been referred to the Committee on Education and are pending action, they must pass by majority vote before the full House can consider them. YOUR ACTION IS NEEDED NOW. It doesn’t matter where in…