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STATE OF THE NULLIFICATION MOVEMENT
We like to think of it as a prospectus, of sorts – an “investor’s guide” to our work here the Tenth Amendment Center.
From the Blog
- West Virginia Bill Would Reform Asset Forfeiture Laws But Federal Loophole Would Remainby Mike Maharrey on January 18, 2022 at 4:47 pm
While passage of HB3234 would significantly reform West Virginia's asset forfeiture laws, it fails to address a loophole that allows state and local police to get around more strict state asset forfeiture laws in a vast […]
- New York Bills Would Create State Process to End Police Qualified Immunityby Amanda Bowers on January 18, 2022 at 4:44 pm
The legislation would create a cause of action in state courts to sue any police officer who “under color of law, subjects or causes to be subjected, including failing to intervene, any other person to the deprivation […]
- Mississippi Bill Would End Civil Asset Forfeiture, Opt State Out of Federal Program in Most Casesby Mike Maharrey on January 18, 2022 at 4:41 pm
The legislation would replace the state's civil asset forfeiture process with a criminal process. The proposed law would require a criminal conviction before prosecutors could proceed with asset forfeiture in most […]
- New York Bill Would End Common Coreby Amanda Bowers on January 18, 2022 at 12:25 am
The legislation would end the implementation of Common Core standards in New York. The post New York Bill Would End Common Core first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
Path to Liberty
We work to educate people on the original, legal meaning of the Constitution as drafted by the Founders and approved by the People of the Several States.
We also work to activate people to support a 10th Amendment strategy advised by James Madison, a “refusal to cooperate with officers of the union” as an effective method to reject, resist and nullify unconstitutional federal acts.