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A site that reminds the yokels in DC that they violate the Constitution every waking moment.
The Tenth Amendment Center works to preserve and protect Tenth Amendment freedoms through information and education. The center serves as a forum for the study and exploration of state and individual sovereignty issues, focusing primarily on the decentralization of federal government power.
Under the proposed law, Virginia police and other regulatory agencies would be prohibited from using ALPRs to collect and maintain personal information on individuals without a warrant.The post Virginia Bill Would Limit ALPR Use, Help Block National License Plate Tracking Program first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center Blog.
The legislation would prohibit law enforcement officers from seeking, executing, or participating in the execution of a no-knock search warrant. The law would require police involved in executing a search warrant to be recognizable and identifiable as uniformed law enforcement officers and to provide audible notice of their authority and purpose "reasonably expected to be heard by occupants of such place to be searched prior to the execution of such search warrant."The post New Hampshire Bill Would Prohibit “No-Knock” Warrants first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center Blog.
The bill would establish a raw milk permit program, and allow raw milk to be sold by those who acquire a permit - at the farm or property where the raw milk is processed. Specific labeling (and property signage) would be required, informing consumers that "Raw Milk Is Not Pasteurized and May Contain Organisms that Cause Human Disease." Under current law, raw milk sales are prohibited in the state.The post New Jersey Bill Would Allow Raw Milk Sales, Reject Federal Prohibition Scheme first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center Blog.
On Tuesday, a Maryland House committee held a hearing on a bill to prohibit "persistent areal surveillance" in the state. Passage of the bill would not only protect privacy in Maryland; it would also hinder the rapidly-expanding national surveillance stateThe post Maryland Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Limit Warrantless Aerial Surveillance first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center Blog.
On Tuesday, a Missouri Senate committee held a hearing on a bill that would take on federal gun control; past, present and future. Passage into law would represent a major step toward ending federal acts that infringe on the right to keep and bear arms within the state.The post Missouri Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Take on All Federal Gun Control: Past, Present and Future first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center Blog.
How did the Founders treat an inaugural address? We can get a pretty good idea from their own words: Adherence to the Constitution, peace, principles - and more. An overview of the first addresses of 4 leading founders - who were also the first four presidents under the Constitution for the United States.The post Founding Four: First Inaugurals from Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center Blog.
While big-tech censorship is concerning, it's absurd to claim Facebook and Amazon have more power than the federal government in Washington D.C., the largest government in the history of the world.
The post Big-Tech More Powerful than the U.S. Government? Not Even Close first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.