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10th Amendment Victory: Louisiana affirms right to nullify unconstitutional acts of the federal government

June 12, 2023 | Image source: LA SCR21 | 2023 | Regular Session | LegiScan

Senate Concurrent Resolution (SRC) 21 passed in both the House and Senate chambers, affirming Louisiana’s Constitutional right to “to nullify unconstitutional acts of the federal government.”

Citing sovereignty and inviolable rights of the people the document states, “All government, of right, originates with the people, is founded on their will alone, and is instituted to protect the rights of the individual and for the good of the whole”.

SRC 21 provides a valuable model for other states to protect the liberty of all Americans from federal encroachment.

Link To SRC 21 HERE




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