Legislative Tracking

Interposition, Nullification, Separation, Independence!

Chaos, volatility, political unrest and divisiveness surround us in abundance. The united States’ Presidential election of 2020 has surely brought 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 out 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


2022 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:

SUPPORT: HB 167 by Barnaby – Abortion: Requires physician to conduct test for, & inform woman seeking abortion of, presence of detectable fetal heartbeat; prohibits physician from performing or inducing abortion if fetal heartbeat is detected or if physician fails to conduct test to detect fetal heartbeat; provides exceptions; authorizes private civil cause of action for certain violations; provides for civil remedies & damages.
A fetal heartbeat is life. Innocent life must be protected.
View the Original Filed Version Here

OPPOSE: SB 168 by Polsky (companion Senate bill SB 98 by Torres and House bill HB 6015 by Rayner) – Marriage Between Persons of the Same Sex: Repealing provisions relating to marriage between persons of the same sex; deleting a prohibition on the recognition of same-sex marriages; deleting a prohibition on the state and its agencies and subdivisions giving effect to a public act, record, or judicial proceeding that respects a same-sex marriage or relationship or a claim arising from such marriage or relationship, etc.
These bills fly in the face of Florida’s commitment to legitimate marriage between one man and one woman. They respect and allow a federal takeover of the family in Florida.
View the Original Filed Version Here

SUPPORT: HB 211 by Sabatini – Youth Gender and Sexual Identity: Provides criminal penalties for health care practitioners who engage in or cause specified practices to be performed on minor under certain conditions.
This bill punishes those who seek to defy the natural selection of gender as created ny Nature and Nature’s God.
View the Original Filed Version Here

FLORIDA HISTORY:

OPPOSE: HB 51 by Thompson – Required Instruction in the History of the Holocaust and of African Americans: Requires DOE to prepare standards & curriculum related to history of African Americans; provides for development of specified training & resources; provides requirements for specified entities relating to history of Holocaust & history of African Americans instruction; provides for inclusion of such content in certain statewide, standardized assessments.
As this same proposal did in the last Legislative Session, and while current Florida statutes already require this divisive, discriminatory and anti-inclusive curricula, this current proposal puts the instruction of our children further into questionable hands. Read the text.
View the Original Filed Version Here

PUBLIC PROTECTION:

SUPPORT: HB 103 by Sabatini – Carrying of Firearms Without Licenses: Removes requirement that license to carry concealed firearm is required in order to carry such firearm; limits areas in which concealed carrying of firearm is prohibited; revises criminal penalties; revises provisions relating to carrying of concealed weapons or firearms by nonresidents; provides for issuance of concealed carry licenses for reciprocity purposes; specifies person not otherwise prohibited by law from possessing firearm or other weapon may own, possess, & lawfully use firearms & other weapons, ammunition, & supplies for lawful purposes.
This bill will affirm our basic right of self defense
View the Original Filed Version Here

SUPPORT: HB 299 by Sabatini – Social Media Platforms: Provides requirements for social media platforms relating to acceptable use policies, quarterly transparency reports, & complaint system; authorizes AG to bring action against social media platforms & to recover certain costs.
This bill is a complete and total BAN on social media censorship in Florida.
View the Original Filed Version Here

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