CHQ - Mark Tapscott: Conservative State Attorneys General are shocking the 10th Amendment back to life

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Mark Tapscott: Conservative State Attorneys General are shocking the 10th Amendment back to life
Washington Examiner - Mark Tapscott touches on the growing movement among the states to assert their 10th Amendment (The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.) powers, and provides three examples of state attorneys general who are leading the fight. Tapscott says the AGs from Texas, Michigan and Virginia are indicative of a growing trend where states are challenging federal authority to interfere in state matters - and overall, that's a very healthy development in favor of the Constitution.

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