In order to qualify for federal dollars, states frequently have to pass laws that expand their reach and authority. And they often need to continue to pay for new programs after federal funding is phased out. Short run money that appeared “free” often ends up becoming a long run obligation to state taxpayers in the end.Details
The Tenth Amendment Centerâ€™s Michael Boldin recently appeared on Michigan’s WTCM Radio – Newstalk 580 in Traverse City – to talk about the growing State Sovereignty movement, the Tenth Amendment Center, and the need for limited government.Â The interview is about 26 minutes, and you can listen by clicking the link below.
On Tuesday, 022409, Michigan State Representative Paul Opsommer was talking State Sovereignty and the 10th Amendment when he appeared as a guest on WTCM Radio in Traverse City, Michigan.Â Click the link below to hear the interview, approximately 15 minutes.