Testimony on the Tenth Amendment and Nullification Before the Ohio House Federalism Committee (Audio)

On March 6, I testified before the Ohio House Committee on Federalism on the Tenth Amendment and how states can push back against overreaching federal authority.

During my testimony, I covered the limited nature of the federal government, the meaning and purpose of the Tenth Amendment, nullification, and how to practically nullify federal acts through the anti-commandeering doctrine.

My presentation lasted 25 minutes. The rest of my time before the committee involved a very spirited question and answer session.

Thanks to Rep. John Becker for inviting me to appear before his committee.

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4 Responses to “Testimony on the Tenth Amendment and Nullification Before the Ohio House Federalism Committee (Audio)”

  1. Stan WillisMarch 15, 2019 at 6:53 pm #

    Thanks for coming to Ohio and speaking to the House Federalism Committee and kudos to Rep. John Becker for inviting you. He’s not my rep, but he’s one of the good guys and I think a very good fit for that committee. Very good presentation and Q&A session. I hope at lease some of the seeds you planted takes root!

    • Michael MaharreyMarch 18, 2019 at 1:11 pm #

      It was my pleasure!

      I’ve enjoyed getting to know Rep. Becker. He strikes me as very open-minded and I really appreciate the approach he’s taking with the committee. He’s creating a dialogue that I don’t see happening in any other state legislatures.

  2. Dwayne StovallMarch 19, 2019 at 3:21 pm #

    Great stuff, brother. You are moving the needle.

    • Michael MaharreyMarch 19, 2019 at 10:14 pm #

      Thank you! A little click at a time.

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