Nullification is the ability of the states, as voluntary members of the compact that is the United States, to invalidate illegal federal laws.
Sponsored by: KROEKERAN ACT relating to firearms; providing that any federal law which attempts to ban a semi-automatic firearm or to limit the size of a magazine of a firearm or other limitation on firearms in this state shall be unenforceable in Wyoming; providing a penalty; and providing for an effective date.
Breitbart notes it here:
If the measure passes, it would mean that anyone–even federal agents-who try to enforce a ban within the state borders could be charged with a felony.
Of course, Wyoming has historical good reason to need the right to bear arms as well as to be wary of federal government intervention as well.
And there are plenty of other examples.
(And yes, for those familiar with the Johnson County War, it would mean the map in the previous entry would have to be voluntary… which is the point – that no man should be coerced, let alone be rendered defenseless against a mercenary army of killers sent murder an entire county.)
And from the TSRA:
Lt. Governor David Dewhurst was recently asked if a remedy was available in the state of Texas to stop firearm confiscations and other serious attacks on 2nd Amendment rights.
Dewhurst answered that he could be named as the plaintiff in a lawsuit on behalf of the State of Texas against the Federal Government. A temporary restraining order would halt the onerous action. The suit would likely go to the U.S. Supreme Court which could take 2 years. Our lawyer? Why, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, of course!