Tenth Amendment Center

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…

I sometimes wonder what happens behind the scenes. Who, or what entity, makes the phone calls which result in good actions getting stopped. Industrial hemp, for example. After Colorado, Oregon and Vermont all passed bills to legalize full-scale farming and production of the plant (Colorado is the only one actively farming so far – Oregon…

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” I’ve come to the personal belief that many people who refer to small steps towards liberty as a bad thing because they “don’t go far enough” are people who rarely – if ever – do anything but post comments complaining online. Anyone who actually…

Two bills that would nullify the controversial Common Core educational standards have been introduced in the Louisiana State House of Representatives. HB556 and HB557 would stop all state involvement with Common Core. The bills were introduced on Feb. 27 by Reps. Cameron Henry (R-82) and Jerome Richard (I-55). They were promptly moved to the Education…

Practically speaking, the bill would block roadblocks set up as part of a multimillion dollar federal study run by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation based in Maryland operates the checkpoints, run by uniformed officers. Officers offer motorists cash for DNA samples, generally $10 for a cheek-swab and $50 for blood. Officers reportedly up the ante for motorists who refuse, offering $100.

H.4795 would bar South Carolina or its political subdivision from providing material support for, assisting with, or in any way participating in the collection of a person’s electronic data or metadata by a federal agency or pursuant to any federal law, rule, regulation, or order.

A bill introduced in the Missouri State House of Representatives would legalize hemp farming and production, effectively nullifying a federal prohibition on the same. HB2054 was introduced on Feb. 27 by Rep. Mike Colona (D-80). It would allow for a state-regulated market to develop in the state of Missouri that would essentially nullify the decades-long…