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10th Amendment Resolutions
2009 - LA SCR-2 Passed
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10th Amendment Bills - Oklahoma
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Firearms Freedom Act
4/13 - LA SB 152 Withdrawn - SB 175 introduced

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Medical Marijuana Laws
Louisiana has nothing introduced
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Real ID Nullification Legislation
2008 - LA HB 715 Passed
PASS ID: 4/12 - LA HB 870 introduced Nullify National ID!

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Healthcare Freedom Act
2010 - LA SB 26 - HB 94 Introduced
SB 26 LACKS ACCOUNTABILITY
HB 94 News - HR 1474

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Bring the Guard Home Legislation
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Constitutional Tender Legislation
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Cap and Trade Nullification
4/14 9am - HCR 33  SRC5 Introduced. Nullify!

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State Sovereignty and Fed Tax Funds Act
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Sheriffs First Legislation
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Federal Gun Law Nullifcation
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Nullification of Federal Intrastate
Commerce Regulation

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Potential Future Efforts:
   Health Care Nullification
   Patriot Act
   No Child Left Behind
   State-Initiated Constitutional Amendments

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La Legis Session
Alert#2 Call Gov to VETO HB 953 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert Reid   
Wednesday, 11 June 2014 13:20

URGENT ACTION ALERT #  2 for all TPoL members...... TELL GOV. JINDAL TO VETO HB 953 (re Common Core)

HB 953 (Leger) has passed the legislature and is now with the Gov to be signed . We cannot allow this bill to become law.


                                            Link to the bill (HB 953):         https://www.legis.la....


URGENT ACTION NEEDED by all TPoL members:
THE GOV. HAS THIS Common Core BILL ON HIS DESK!!
PLEASE CONTACT GOV JINDAL AND ASK THAT HE VETO HB 953 AND RESTORE LOUISIANA CONTROL OVER OUR PUBLIC EDUCATION.

GOV JINDAL's Phone:      225-342-7015 or 866-366-1121 (Toll Free)
Fax225-342-7099 and/or call 
CONSTITUENT SERVICES : ( 225 ) 342 - 0991

EMAIL (click on the following link & complete email form and copy and paste VETO HB 953 and all Common Core related implementation bills in Louisiana and/or any or all of talking points below):

                                  http://www.gov.la.gov...

MAILING ADDRESS : Office of the Governor, PO Box 94004, Baton Rouge, LA 70804

TALKING POINTS ON HB 953

VETO HB 953 because:
1. This bill removes parents from the LA educational process of determining standards. 
2. HB 953 destroys our state sovereignty over education by requiring "nationally recognized standards" and assessments that are defined by other states and tied to the "rigor" of the NAEP (National Assessment of Educational Progress) Test that is fully controlled by the FEDERAL Department of Education.
3. HB 953 requires that beginning in the 2016-2017 school year, the assessment "results" (from tests over which we have little control) will be used to evaluate our Louisiana students, teachers, and schools. Outcome based high stakes testing "results" which we do not control must not be the foundation of our state's educational system.
4. For our children, we need to: STOP COMMON CORE AND PARCC TESTING IN LOUISIANA.
 
URGENT Action - Veto HB 907 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert Reid   
Saturday, 07 June 2014 23:08

URGENT ACTION NEEDED by all TPoL members:

PLEASE CONTACT GOVERNOR JINDAL AND ASK THAT HE VETO HB 907.

GOV JINDAL Contact info:


Governor's  Phone #:   225-342-7015   or   866-366-1121 (Toll Free)


Fax: 225-342-7099   and/or call


CONSTITUENT SERVICES : ( 225 ) 342 - 0991

EMAIL(click on following link & complete email form to send to Gov Jindal):      

 http://www.gov.la.gov...

Just copy and paste in email form &/or add your own comments:   VETO HB 907 Real ID


MAILING ADDRESS : Office of the Governor,  PO Box 94004, Baton Rouge, LA 70804

HB 907 proposes nothing less than a National ID card!  Plus, by analysis by the CATO institute, it will cost billions!!!  Are you ready to pay higher & more taxes for this?


The drivers license was originally designed to indicate that we are sufficiently capable of driving a motor vehicle on public roads.  It is not designed to be a National ID card that tracks our every move.

Please take a few minutes out of your schedule to take the URGENT ACTION NEEDED by each of you now!!! 

Just think if his office receives 13,000+ calls and/or emails from our TPoL members- that's just one per member

do both call and email and it's more than 26,000.  How important is your freedoms & privacy???

 
Written by Info   
Friday, 14 May 2010 09:11

National ID card opponents unite behind measure before Senate panel

By Ed Anderson, The Times-Picayune

May 14, 2010, 6:00AM

Two traditional legislative adversaries successfully joined forces Thursday to ask a Senate committee to pass a bill that would keep Louisiana from participating in a federal program they claimed could result in a national ID card.

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Use of drivers license information addressed in measure OK'd by House

By Ed Anderson, The Times-Picayune

April 19, 2010, 8:06PM

With little debate, the House on Monday directed the Department of Public Safety and Corrections not to implement the data-collecting and sharing of information on drivers licenses that could be used for a national identification card.

Rep. Brett Geymann, R-Lake CharlesLawmakers voted 97-0 for the ban contained in House Bill 870 by Rep. Brett Geymann, R-Lake Charles. The bill heads to the Senate for debate.

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