North Dakota Legislators Plan to Nullify Biden’s Executive Orders at the State Level”
“A new bill introduced in the North Dakota State Legislature, would instruct the state’s Attorney General to review the constitutionality of each of the executive orders issued by Joe Biden. If it is determined that any executive order is unconstitutional, it would be “nullified” and state, county, or local agencies would be prohibited from enforcing it. The immediate issues targeted for nullification include pandemics and health emergencies, regulation of coal and oil, regulation of agriculture and land use, regulation of the financial sector, and the right to bear arms. South Dakota has almost identical legislation pending. -GEG [This is one of the reasons the next Red Pill Expo will be held in Rapid City, South Dakota on June 4-6. Learn more here.]”
“Republican legislators in North Dakota are taking a pro-active – and constitutional – step to push back against unconstitutional executive orders coming out of the Biden administration, and they are doing so with the power of the US Constitution in their corner.
A new bill introduced in the North Dakota State Legislature (HB1164), would instruct the state’s Attorney General to review the constitutionality of each of the executive orders issued by Joe Biden.
Under the proposed law, should the North Dakota Attorney General find that any executive orders are unlawful – or unconstitutional, the executive order would be “nullified,” it would prohibit any state, county, or local agency – or publicly funded organization – from enforcing the order(s).
The proposed legislation was introduced by State Rep. Tom Kading (R), and eight other Republicans in the North Dakota House.
Specifically, the proposed HB1164, enumerates the following issues for nullification:
- Pandemics or other health emergencies
- The regulation of natural resources, including coal and oil
- The regulation of the agriculture industry
- The use of land
- The regulation of the financial sector as it relates to environmental, social, or governance standards
- The regulation of the constitutional right to keep and bear arms “