Legislative Tracking

Interposition, Nullification, Separation, Independence!

Chaos, volatility, political unrest and divisiveness surround us in abundance. The united States’ Presidential election of 2020 is sure to bring a radical change in the direction of power exercised by the federal government. A change so detrimental to the sovereignty of the State of Florida and the liberty of her people as to necessitate drastic and immediate action.

We urge our fellow Floridians to pressure our Legislature in Tallahassee to introduce and pass legislation to protect and retain the sovereignty of our great State.

Courageous politicians over the past years have offered bills for consideration that would have helped to guard us from federal intrusion into the affairs of Florida and her people. Sadly, their efforts have been thwarted by those who would betray us and attempt our subjugation.

On this page you will find a sampling of that legislation. Now is the time to reintroduce those bills. Contact your representative and senator in Tallahassee by phone and/or email and encourage him or her to introduce, sponsor and support one or more of these proposals. At the same time, please read the proposed State Sovereignty and Tax Escrow Act and ask them to also introduce this important piece of legislation. Time is running out for new bills to be filed and time is running our for Florida.

These proposals in defense of the sovereignty of Florida were introduced in previous legislative sessions.

HM 19 (2010) –  Limiting the Scope and Exercise of Federal Power
A Memorial Limiting the Scope and Exercise of Federal Power: Urges Congress to honor provisions of U. S. Constitution & U. S. Supreme Court case law which limit scope & exercise of federal power.
Last Event: Died in Economic Development & Community Affairs Policy Council
View the Original Filed Version Here

HB 21 (2010) – Regulation of Firearms (companion Senate bill SB 98)
A General Bill Creates Florida Firearms Freedom Act; provides legislative findings & definitions; provides that specified firearms, firearm accessories, & ammunition for personal use manufactured in state are not subject to federal law or regulation; provides that importation into state of specified parts & incorporation of such parts into firearm, firearm accessory, or ammunition manufactured in state does not subject firearm, firearm accessory, or ammunition to federal regulation; provides that certain basic materials are not subject to federal regulation of firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition under interstate commerce; provides that specified firearm accessories imported into state from another state do not subject firearm to federal regulation under interstate commerce; provides legislative findings with respect thereto; provides exceptions; provides applicability; requires that firearms manufactured & sold in state must bear indicia of manufacture by specified date.
Last Event: Died in House Civil Justice & Courts Policy Committee
Last Event: Died in Senate Committee on Judiciary
View the Original Filed Version Here

SJR 1240 (2010) – Sovereignty of the State (companion House bill HJR 679)
A Joint Resolution on Sovereignty: Proposes creation of s. 28, Art. I of State Constitution to assert sovereignty of state & declare right of people of state to refuse to comply with federal mandates that violate U.S. Constitution.
Last Event: 4/30/2010 6:59:00 PM – Died in House Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council
Last Event: 4/30/2010 8:47:00 PM – Died in Senate Committee on Rules after passing in the Judiciary Committee favorable by a vote of 7 to 1
This legislation was re-introduced in 2011 (HJR 1103 & SJR1438), but sadly met a similar fate
View the Original Filed Version Here

SM 96 (2010) – Exercise of Federal Power
A Memorial Stipulating the Limits of Federal Power: Urges the Congress of the United States to honor the provisions of the Constitution of the United States and United States Supreme Court case law, which limit the scope, and exercise of federal power.
Last Event: 4/30/2010 8:47:00 PM – 04/30/10 S Died on Calendar after passing in the Judiciary Committee favorable by a vote of 6 to 2.
This legislation was re-introduced in 2011 (SM 358), but after being voted on favorably in both the Judiciary and Governmental Oversight and Accountability Committees by a wide margin and officially adopted by the Senate, it was indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration and died at the end of the session.
The bill was also re-introduced as well in 2012 (SM240) but once again died in Messages after a favorable vote of 4-2 in the Judiciary Committee.
View the Original Filed Version Here

HM 577 (2011) – Scope and Exercise of Federal Power to Regulate Commerce
A Memorial urging Congress to honor provisions of U.S. Constitution that limit scope & exercise of federal power to regulate commerce.
Last Event: Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration and died in Federal Affairs Subcommittee
View the Original Filed Version Here

HB 553 (2012) – Intrastate Commerce (companion Senate bill SB 814)
A General Bill providing that certain goods grown, manufactured, or made in this state & services performed in this state are not subject to authority of U.S. Congress under its constitutional power to regulate commerce; prohibits any official, agent, or employee of Federal Government or of state from attempting to enforce federal laws, rules, or regulations in violation of act; provides for application. 
Last Event: 3/9/2012 11:59:00 PM – Died in House Federal Affairs Subcommittee
Last Event: 3/9/2012 11:59:35 PM – Died in Senate Commerce and Tourism
View the Original Filed Version Here

CS/SB 1528 (2015) – Commission on Federalism
A General Bill creating the Commission on Federalism; providing duties of the commission; providing criteria to evaluate a federal law, agency policy, mandate, or executive order; specifying which sources the commission may rely on in an evaluation, etc.
Last Event: Died in Governmental Oversight and Accountability
View the Senate Judiciary Committee Version of the Bill Here


2021 Legislative Agenda

We urge our Florida visitors to contact their state senator and representative to SUPPORT or OPPOSE the proposed legislation listed below. These are important bills affecting Floridians and the Southern People.

FAMILY LIFE:

OPPOSE: HB 6017 by Rayner (CO-SPONSORS) Arrington; Daley; Hunschofsky; Tant –  Marriages Between Persons of the Same Sex: (companion Senate bills SB 632 by Torres and SB 558 by Polsky) Repeals provisions relating to marriages between persons of the same sex.
The protection of natural marriage is enshrined in SECTION 27 of our Constitution. ”Marriage defined.—Inasmuch as marriage is the legal union of only one man and one woman as husband and wife, no other legal union that is treated as marriage or the substantial equivalent thereof shall be valid or recognized.
This bill is an assault against God, nature, family life, decency and the Southern people and must be defeated.
View the Original Filed Version Here

SUPPORT: HB 241 by Grall– Parents’ Bill of Rights: (companion senate bill SB190 by Baxley) Provides parental rights relating to a minor child’s education, upbringing, & health care; provides school district, health care practitioner, hospital requirements & specified penalties.
View the Original Filed Version Here

SUPPORT: HB 6003 by Sabatini and D. Smith – Vaccinations During Public Health Emergencies: Removes authority of State Health Officer to order vaccinations upon declaration of public health emergency.
This bill will eliminate the gross government power given to the State Health Officer directly due to the knee-jerk reaction of unconstitutional laws surrounding 9/11. The current unconstitutional, not to mention unethical bill, was filed and approved in 2002
View the Original Filed Version Here

FLORIDA HISTORY:

OPPOSE: HB 6007 by Grieco – Legal Holidays (alteration of current law): Removes designations of birthdays of Robert E. Lee & Jefferson Davis & Confederate Memorial Day as legal holidays.
This bill is an affront against the Southern people and is divisive, discriminatory and anti-inclusive.
View the Original Filed Version Here

OPPOSE: SB 180 by Berman – Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Establishing the office within the Executive Office of the Governor; providing for the appointment of a Chief Diversity Officer; assigning duties and responsibilities of the Chief Diversity Officer, etc.
This bill is divisive, discriminatory and anti-inclusive. It targets the Southern people in the most Orwellian way.
View the Original Filed Version Here

OPPOSE: SB 105 by Thompson – Required Instruction in the History of the Holocaust and of African Americans: (companion senate bill SB190 by Berman) Requires Instruction in the History of the Holocaust and of African Americans: Requires the Department of Education to prepare standards & curriculum related to history of African Americans; authorizes DOE to seek input from or contract with specified entities to develop specified training & resources relating to such instruction; provides requirements for specified entities relating to history of Holocaust & history of African Americans instruction; requires certain statewide, standardized assessments to include curricula content from history of Holocaust & history of African Americans.
While current Florida statutes already require this divisive, discriminatory and anti-inclusive curricula, this proposal puts the instruction of our children further into questionable hands. Read the text.
View the Original Filed Version Here

PUBLIC PROTECTION:

OPPOSE: HB25 & HB27 by Daley – Sales of Ammunition: Requires background checks for sale or transfer of ammunition.
View the Original Filed Version Here

SUPPORT: HB 1 by Fernandez-Barquin – Combating Public Disorder: (companion Senate bill SB 484 by Burgess) Authorizes residents of municipality to file an appeal to Administration Commission if municipality makes reduction to budget of municipal law enforcement agency; revises provisions prohibiting obstructing traffic; provides for cause of action against municipality for failing to provide law enforcement protection during riot; revises penalty for assault or battery committed in furtherance of riot or aggravated riot; revises minimum term of imprisonment for battery on law enforcement officer in furtherance of riot; revises prohibition on damaging memorial; revises penalties for burglary or theft during riot & facilitated by riot; revises prohibition on fighting in public place; prohibits specified assemblies from engaging in disorderly & violent conduct; prohibits inciting or encouraging riot; creates affirmative defense to civil action where plaintiff participated in riot or unlawful assembly.
While protecting the public from rioters, these bills would also enhance penalties for defacing public monuments and make it a crime to destroy a memorial and require mandatory restitution for the full cost of repair or replacement of damaged or destroyed memorials.
View the Original Filed Version Here

2 comments

  1. The people of Florida must urge our Governor and our Congress members to file for secession at once before we burn with the rest of America!

  2. Thank you for the information concerning this year 2021 legislative action calendar along with review of past actions. I will contact my state representative after I read the State Sovereignty and Federal Tax Escrow Account bill. That is some “heavy” reading ! It is time for all freedom loving People of Florida to become more aggressive in protecting our sovereignty and these proposed bill will set us on the right path.
    At the present time, I do not support secession from the Union since I am supporting the Article 5 movement. If this constitutional method fails to restore our Bill of Rights 9 and 10 – secession is the logical next step.

    With a very small window of opportunity protect our freedoms – I have contacted my state representative regularly about similar issues. I will take your advise and add those issues outlined above to my next contact. One issue I again see missing from the legislative calendar is Constitutional Carry and Open Carry in the State of Florida.

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