Oklahoma Senate Affirms Sovereignty

The Oklahoma State Senate has passed Charles Key’s House Concurrent Resolution 1028 (HCR1028) today.

Introduced on April 29, 2009, HCR1028 is “A Concurrent Resolution claiming sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over certain powers; serving notice to the federal government to cease and desist certain mandates; providing that certain federal legislation be prohibited or repealed; and directing distribution.”

The resolution, which passed the House 73-22 on May 4th, does not require a signature from the Governor.

Click here to read the full text of the resolution

Hat tip to our

Champion of the Constitution,

Oklahoma State Representative

Charles Key!


3 thoughts on “Oklahoma Senate Affirms Sovereignty

  1. It’s about time we put the brakes on the intrusion into our rights by the DC crowd.

    Washington creates the problems so they can exert more power over citizens and states. The financial melt down, the energy crisis, environmental crisis, and health care crisis are all inventions hatched in DC to limit free enterprise. We need to say NO MORE to all those alarmist cries for federal interventions.

  2. It is about time that people stood up for what they believe in. Universay health care ? Vote Yes-if it includes everyone including the president,congress and all politions. They should all have to retire on Social Security also. Time for another revolution in these states.

    • I would not vote yes in any event, but if it is done it should be everyone no elitist exceptions at all! Imagine that Congress having to live with their own rules and fly regular seats on airplanes . . .

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