Michigan Bill Would Nullify Executive Orders and Other Presidential Edicts

A nullification bill to be considered by the Michigan state legislature in 2017 would block enforcement of unconstitutional executive orders inside the borders of that sovereign state.

House Bill 5989 would effectively nullify any attempt by a president of the United States to see any of his monarchical declarations afforded the color of law within the Great Lakes State.

Specifically, the measure introduced by state representative Jim Runestad and 11 other co-sponsors prohibits:

This state, any agency of this state, any political subdivision of this state, or any employee of any agency of this state or any political subdivision of this state from using personnel or financial resources to enforce, administer, or cooperate with certain executive orders or certain policy directives of the federal government.

In other words, it’s not just executive orders that would be blocked by this bill; all similar executive edicts would meet a similar fate in Michigan. …

http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/24762-michigan-bill-would-nullify-executive-orders-and-other-presidential-edicts

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