Ohio Joins State Sovereignty Movement

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    H. C. R. No. 11  As Introduced

    I'm very happy to see my state join in this movement to take back it's constitutional rights.
     
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    I cannot wait to see how these play out

    So far soo good. You can claim something and just so long as you frame those claims in language which does not really indentify what that is (except in the vague terms found in the constitution) no problem.


    And as long as the FEDS claim that nothing they are doing fits into that catagory of what is

    No problem

    The clash comes when OHIO starts to enunciate exactly what they are planning on NOT complying with, I think.


    This should be interesting, folks.

    But right now, the above is NOT actually saying anything REAL except that they intend to do something REAL.

    REAL comes when the state of OHIO refuses to obey the specific mandates of the FEDs.

    So Kevin, what law or regulation that OHIO objects to do you think they'll use to make this resolution a reality?

    Any idea specifically what OHIO is going to use to TEST the resolve of the FEDs?
     
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    I don't know how they intend to back it up, or if they intend to do so at all. I think the federal government will win that fight if it happens, however.
     

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