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.

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed a very watered-down state act aimed at protecting the right of citizens to keep and bear arms.

 

Both houses of the Alaska state legislature have passed a measure protecting from federal infringement the right of citizens to keep and bear arms.

Sen. Ted Cruz’s new report slams Obama's lawless attempts to expand executive power, citing six failed efforts since 2012 to increase federal authority.

With the overwhelming passage of a bill to nullify federal attempts to enforce unconstitutional gun laws in the state of Kansas, the message and the momentum appear to be on the side of the other 30 states passing or considering similar laws.

In several articles being published around the country, nullification is being disparaged as a bizarre fad and nuts.

After passing out of a subcommittee, South Carolina State Representative Bill Chumley's ObamaCare nullification bill is one step closer to enactment.

Montana's Governor Steve Bullock veto of a nullification bill protecting the Second Amendment rights of Montanans from infringement by the federal government goes back to Montana's state representatives and senators.  Will they over-ride the veto?

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