Oklahoma State Rep Charles Key leads the way on 10th Amendment Resolution

(Oklahoma) The Tenth Amendment Resolution, HJR 1003, will be
heard in the House Rules Committee on Feb 11 2009 @ 3PM

Please spread the word far and wide to call email and write the
members of the Rules Committee.

Background information on the proposal is covered in the article
and links below:


Published: January 4, 2009

charles-key-mediumAn Oklahoma lawmaker wants to put the federal government on notice to stop doing things that he says are abusing its authority over the state.

With a Republican-controlled Legislature set to convene next month for the first time in state history, chances are good the measure will pass, said Rep. Charles Key. A similar resolution failed to advance last year.

Key, R-Oklahoma City, said he thinks many federal laws violate the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which states the powers not delegated to the federal government “are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” The Constitution lists about 20 duties required of the federal government.

“We, the people in the states, created the federal government,” Key said. “They act like they created us and we’re under their authority, and that’s really not the case.”

What’s proposed? see Source article from NewsOK – McNutt

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6 thoughts on “Oklahoma State Rep Charles Key leads the way on 10th Amendment Resolution

  1. I shall be instructing my Local Representatives in N.Y. of your initiative and that we should follow your lead if our Republic is to survive.

  2. Reginald,

    Thanks so much! It is very encouraging to hear so many states check in and let us know they are working on something similar (or will). I am encouraged to keep pressing in on this!


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