10th Amendment Bills

Unlike the many 10th Amendment Resolutions that have been introduced around the country since 2008, these “10th Amendment” or “State Sovereignty” bills are proposals for binding legislation.

They often have language included to affirm the sovereignty of the people of the state and to create a commission or a committee to review the Constitutionality of acts emanating from the federal government.

Legend: Blue – Introduced. Yellow – Passed one or more houses.
Green – Passed Both Houses. Red – Signed by Governor. Purple/Black – Failed Vote.

2012 Legislation (scroll down for previous sessions)

2011 Legislation

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