The most comprehensive collection of the new legislation being introduced in the Legislature that I’ve seen.
From the AZ Daily Sun: New panel to nullify fed laws?
PHOENIX — A new proposal at the Arizona Legislature will take the state’s fight with the feds to a whole new level: It would let the state actually nullify federal laws that legislators believe are invalid…”
Other pending legislation seeking to challenge or limit federal authority:
– SB1308 and HB 2562 setting up interstate compacts to honor each other’s birth certificates segregating children who are considered U.S. citizens from those who are not;
– SB1309 and HB 2561 defining Arizona citizenship, part of the move to deny U.S. citizenship to children of illegal immigrants;
– SB1328 saying Arizonans do not have to comply with a federal law or rule if they allow a federal employee or member of Congress not to comply;
– SB1391 creating an interstate firearms freedoms act guaranteeing the right of citizens to bear arms free of federal regulation;
– SB1393 declaring the state has exclusive right to regulate carbon dioxide emissions;
– SB1394 protecting the right to emit carbon dioxide from human-caused activity;
– SB1545 allowing the production of nuclear fuel in Arizona free from federal regulation;
– SCR1016 requiring approval from the legislatures of half the states to increase the federal debt;
– HB2077 requiring any federal agency coming into a county to conduct official business to first register with the sheriff;
– HB2471 barring the appropriation of any state funds to comply with a federal mandate unless the federal government provides a report to show the mandate is constitutional;
– HB2472 allowing the state to acquire federal property by eminent domain unless the federal government first got legislative permission to obtain the land in the first place;
– HB2537 permitting the House speaker and Senate president to sue over or defend last year’s SB1070 imposing new state laws on illegal immigration;
– HB2544 requiring presidential candidates to provide certain proof of citizenship before they can appear on the ballot in Arizona;
– HCR2015 calling for a constitutional convention to adopt an amendment to require consent of three-fourths of the states to increase federal debt;
– HCR2022 proposing a constitutional convention to require a balanced federal budget.