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There Are Two Kinds of Nullification, Three If You Count Marriage

Posted by M. C. on October 2, 2012

One is the kind exemplified by the Tenth Amendment Foundation. The idea being the federal government can pass laws only in affairs that are interstate. One recent example of this is where a gun manufacturer who only sells intrastate rightly claims he is not subject to BATF oversight. The tenth amendment has been overlooked for so long that any mention brings instant disdain. “Nonsense! We have always had the power” say those with the power.

The second is jury nullification. Read the rest of this entry »

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