In 1854, Wisconsin rejected the federal Fugitive Slave Act, which mandated Northern states return Southern slaves without due process, demonstrating both the validity and usefulness of nullification.

The Texas state House of Representatives passed several bills protecting the right of its citizens to keep and bear arms.

A Rasmussen Reports poll of 1,000 likely voters reveals that 54 percent of Americans support the right of states to nullify federal acts.

 

The Missouri state Senate voted to approve a bill that would prohibit enforcement of unconstitutional federal gun control measures within the borders of the Show Me State.

In a response to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback reaffirmed his state's right to oppose unconstitutional federal attempts to infringe on the right to keep and bear arms.

In a letter to Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, Attorney General Eric Holder declares that federal agents will ignore state law and enforce federal gun control statutes.

The South Carolina House of Representatives passed a nullification bill to prevent the enforcement of the many mandates of the Obamacare legislation. 

The South Carolina state House of Representatives is poised to pass a bill rejecting the establishment of ObamaCare health insurance exchanges and penalizing state employees who participate in the federal healthcare act.

The Missouri state House of Representatives passed the Second Amendment Preservation Act, a bill nullifying any attempts by the federal government to infringe on citizens' right to keep and bear arms.

At a speech at the National Press Club the director of the White House Office of National Drug Policy declared that states could not nullify federal drug laws.

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