Will Texas take a stand? In 2011, it’ll be the first state to consider the Federal Health Care Nullification Act.
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Next time this EPA Administrator Al Armendari steps foot in Texas, he should be escorted to the nearest border, where he can scurry back to Washington D.C. with the message that Texas is done playing games, theyâ€™ve finally had enough
After being nearly derailed on a technicality this month, Texas House Concurrent Resolution 50 (HCR50) was brought back for a vote today, and passed by a wide margin.
Rep. Leo Berman, a former Arlington mayor pro tem, has filed a bill to make guns, ammunition and gun parts that are made, sold and kept in Texas free from federal regulation. That would exempt them from federal gun registration, dealer licensing rules and buyer background checks. State laws would still apply.
House Concurrent Resolution 50, introduced by Texas State Representative Brandon Creighton passed out of committee today. The vote was 10-2 with 3 not voting. The resolution passed without amendment and is awaiting further action.
Rick Perry may be more serious than most: He was willing to turn down part of the Congressional stimulus plan. If he is really serious, heâ€™ll oppose any state budget that includes spending for other constitutionally-suspect programs.
The Founding Fathers understood that a one-size-fits-all approach just doesnâ€™t work, especially in a country the size of America, and it certainly doesnâ€™t work for Texas. Our economic strength, compared to the federal budget mess and other statesâ€™ troubles, is evidence that Texans know whatâ€™s best for Texas.
Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday joined state Rep. Brandon Creighton and sponsors of House Concurrent Resolution (HCR) 50 in support of statesâ€™ rights under the 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
As of February 17th, legislation to affirmÂ State Sovereignty under the 10th AmendmentÂ has been introduced in the Texas House by representative Brandon Creighton.Â The bill number is HCR50 – and here’s a few excerpts:Â (h/t Conservative Pabulum)