Comment: Nullification Amendment

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Nullification Amendment

If you were to go the state route and attempt to amend the state constitution, I would suggest the nullification amendment.

"If a petition consisting of the signatures of 1% of the state's residents shall be presented to the secretary of state requesting a nullification of a federal law, the state legislature shall act upon such position as follows:
a)by nullifying the referenced law.
b)by placing the nullification request on the next ballot where a simple majority of votes cast shall determine whether the federal law shall be nullified.

If any federal law shall be nullified, the nullification must be enforced as prescribed:
a)by entry into the state's statutes a new statute making enforcement of such federal law within the geographical boundaries of this state a felony.
b)by directing all state, county, and local police departments to arrest any individual who attempts or otherwise enforces such federal law.