NEWS: Taking Back the Commerce Clause in Virginia

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Written by Michael Boldin, Founder, Tenth Amendment Center

Posted By Andrew Nappi, FL TAC State Coordinator from Tenth Amendment Center

“Today, the Virginia House of Delegates overwhelmingly passed House Bill 1438 (HB1438), the Intrastate Commerce Act. The bill, “Provides that all goods produced or manufactured within the Commonwealth, when such goods are held, retained, or maintained in the Commonwealth, shall not be subject to federal law, federal regulation, or the constitutional power of the United States Congress to regulate interstate commerce.”

Read The Rest of This Breaking News at: http://blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2011/01/taking-back-the-commerce-clause-in-virginia/

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