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Resist DC: A Step-by-Step Plan for Freedom

• WA State Rep. Matthew Shea
Our Constitutional Republic is founded on a system of checks and balances known as the “separation of powers.” Rarely, however, are the states considered part of this essential principle. Enter the “doctrine of nullification.” Nullification is based on the simple principle that the federal government cannot be the final arbiter of the extent and boundaries of its own power. This includes all branches of the federal government. In the law this is known as a “conflict of interest.”

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