A committee of the Arizona state Senate has approved a bill that would nullify any and all federal laws, including the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), that would permit the indefinite detention of American citizens.

Bills nullifying federal gun restrictions are working their way through the state legislatures of Missouri and Arizona.

Proponents of an Article V constitutional convention misrepresent states as victims of federal power grab, rather than as collaborators.

With more and more Americans questioning the constitutionality of drone use for surveillance and law enforcement, some state legislatures are attempting to limit the government’s use of drones and restore some of the Constitutional rights on which the use of drones is infringing.

The state legislatures of Missouri and Arizona are considering bills nullifying federal attempts to infringe on the right to keep and bear arms.

The New Hampshire state House of Representatives passed a bill nullifying the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA.

In another indication that the mainstream media are noticing the nullification movement, the Associated Press reported on various state efforts to thwart the NSA's dragnet collection of data.

In its literature, the Convention of the States organization misstates historical facts and misunderstands the law of agency.

Mississippi's state senate is considering a bill that would nullify the NSA's warrantless dragnet collection of metadata.

An article posted on the Wall Street Journal website reports that the trend to nullify unconstitutional acts of the federal government is spreading.

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