Health Care Nullification and Interposition
Written By: Michael Boldin | Posted: Tuesday, February 16th, 2010
When a state 'nullifies' a federal law or regulation, it is passing legally-binding legislation that makes the federal act in question void and inoperative, or 'non-effective, ' within the boundaries of that state; or, in other words, not a law as far as the state is concerned.
Current nullification efforts around the U.S. have states passing laws that effectively defy federal laws and regulations on firearms, marijuana, identification cards and more. In 2010, we expect to see similar legislation in response to Health Care, No Child Left Behind, Federalization of the Guard and more.
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