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Senate 2058: Relating to Sovereignty of the State [SPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2058    GENERAL BILL by Bennett
Sovereignty of the State [SPSC]; Provides legislative findings that
certain actions by the federal government threaten the sovereignty of
the state under the United States Constitution and the fiscal security
of the state. Provides that the state is not bound by certain federal
laws requiring the state to spend funds. Provides exceptions. Defines
the term "insignificant fiscal impact." Requires the Attorney General to
enforce certain rights of the state. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2010.
02/16/10 SENATE Filed
03/01/10 SENATE Referred to Judiciary; Policy & Steering Committee on Ways
                  and Means; Rules -SJ 00139
03/02/10 SENATE Introduced, referred to Judiciary; Policy & Steering
                  Committee on Ways and Means; Rules -SJ 00139
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Judiciary


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S 2058 02/16/2010 Web Page | PDF

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