This bold expression of Missouri’s state sovereignty has been read twice in the state House of Representatives and should soon see action by the entire body. Given the governor’s history of playing lap dog to the federal government and state lawmakers’ failure to override his veto, the bill’s future is uncertain even if large majorities of both houses of the state legislature sign off on it.
A similar bill in Arizona passed out of a state Senate committee on Monday, February 24 and will soon be voted on by the entire body.
Citizens of these states are encouraged to contact their elected representatives and encourage them to vote in favor of these bills and to remind them of the oath they have taken as set out in Article VI “to support this Constitution.”
FK – We still have a long, long way to go. See articles below.