Monday letter to the editor
RPGC supports sovereignty law
The Garland County Republican Party is urging all members of the state legislature to overturn Governor Asa Hutchinson’s veto of the Arkansas Sovereignty Act of 2021.
RPGC Urges All Republican County Committees in Arkansas State to Support Veto Cancellation and Call on their Local Members of the Arkansas State Legislature to Vote for Cancellation Governor Hutchinson’s veto.
The RPGC believes the law is necessary because of unconstitutional issues passed by the US House and Senate that usurp the powers of the state of Arkansas violate the constitutional rights of all residents of Arkansas. The House has already passed a bill to make the District of Columbia a state, in a blatant violation of the Constitution, and its members want to increase the number of members of the United States Supreme Court to allow a Liberal-controlled court and deny everything spells out the right to hold elections.
There are already discussions in Washington to erode or further violate the Second Amendment, the right of people to keep and bear arms, and other rights of citizens protected by the US Constitution.
The Arkansas Sovereignty Act of 2021 prohibits any public official and law enforcement officers from enforcing or assisting federal agents in enforcing any unconstitutional federal law, including any violation of the Second Amendment . It specifically sets fines for anyone who violates the Sovereignty Act.
Some have said law enforcement must enforce federal laws, but the RPGC believes this argument to be flawed because law enforcement in Arkansas does not enforce sales and law enforcement law. possession of medicinal marijuana. Selling and possessing marijuana in the country is a violation of federal narcotics laws.
The Arkansas Sovereignty Act also protects all residents of Arkansas from federal laws that violate their rights to keep and bear arms, peaceful assembly, freedom of speech, the right to worship and to other constitutionally protected rights.
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