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Wisconsin Bill Nullifies Federal Prohibition Of Cannabis

MADISON, Wisc. (Sept. 2, 2017) – A Wisconsin bill introduced last week would legalize marijuana for recreational use. Passage would take a big step toward nullifying federal cannabis prohibition in practice in the Badger State. Rep. Melissa Sargent (D-Madison) and 17 co-sponsors introduced Assembly Bill 482 (AB482) on Aug. 24. The legislation would legalize marijuana under […]

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West Virginia Bill Requiring Courts To Inform Jurors Of Their Right To Nullify.

The jury is the exclusive judge of the facts. The jury is bound to receive the law from the court and be governed thereby, except if a jury determines that a defendant is guilty according to the law and that the law is unjustly applied to the defendant, the jury may determine not to apply […]

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We Have The United States Constitution: We Don’t Need A Plethora Of Endless Paper Hanging Slave Laws!

AFTER years as a civil rights lawyer, I rarely find myself speechless. But some questions a woman I know posed during a phone conversation one recent evening gave me pause: “What would happen if we organized thousands, even hundreds of thousands, of people charged with crimes to refuse to play the game, to refuse to […]

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Thief Confronted With Unalienable Rights: Self Evident Natural Rights ~ The Bill Of Rights!

HOUSTON — It was 3 a.m. Saturday when a homeowner in the 5000 block of Malmedy near Martin Luther King heard a noise and then the unmistakable sound of glass breaking. That’s when he took action. “Walked into the kitchen with his gun and observed a man inside his house,” said HPD Homicide Sgt. A. […]

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