Tools for Legislators


"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic."

U.S. Oath of Office

Each and every legislator, whether Federal, state, or local, takes an Oath to support and defend the Constitution. Although these oaths may vary across the states, their meaning is clear: a policy maker must uphold the Constitution above everything else.

Since the indefinite detention provisions of the 2012 NDAA, Sections 1021 and 1022, are blatantly unConstitutional, violating over half of the Bill of Rights, it is up to our elected officials at every level to protect their citizens from these atrocities. 

The resources on this page will assist you in contacting your local and state legislators and provide current lawmakers with the tools, resources, and expertise, everything from sample legislation to professional assistance, to help restore Constitutional Governance in their jurisdiction. 

 

Why Lawmakers Must Oppose the NDAA 40 Ret. Military Officers Write Letter Against NDAA 4th Dist. Court Judge Katherine Forrest Issues NDAA Injunction (Markup)

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Anti-NDAA Legislation Across the Country Victories Against the 2012 NDAA in States, Cities, and Counties The Restoring Constitutional Governance Act/Resolution

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We also offer professional assistance to legislators and citizens taking direct action, free of charge, to ensure you can handle objections, understand the legislation, tricks of the language, link up with other legislators who have attempted the same in their jurisdiction, and provide public pressure to help ensure your legislation is signed into law. 

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