If one state or a group of states decides to delegate more authority to the federal government, it does not ipso facto strip the relevant authority from dissenting states. The fact that some states find a federal statute acceptable does not make it so for the remainder. In part, this is where the basis for nullification rests – the other states are free to resist through non-compliance.
In our Tenther News segment we cover the growing local nullification movement in response to violations of the 2nd Amendment. A number of local communities have started out with a good first step to protect your right to keep and bear arms. Also, a bill to nullify warrantless drone spying is on the governor’s desk in Illinois. And will Michigan nullify prohibition? That and more, from Nick Hankoff at the Tenther News desk