Excellent Bills in the Missouri House that Need Our Help

Posted: January 30, 2014 in Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, Economic Freedom, Legislative Issues

Please call your Rep and tell them you support the following two bills, if you do. Both of these bills are supported by the 10th Amendment and should help slow down federal agency overreach on regulating our daily lives here in Missouri.

From our friend Stacy Shore:

Friends, 
As the EPA and their push to regulate all air and water in our country continues to infringe upon our rights, please help support these very important bills.  There will be a hearing at 8:00 am on Thursday, February 6th on HB1302.  PLEASE try to be there.  I have been told not to be surprised when the Sierra Club shows up to fight this bill. They have already shown up in opposition.  We need to be there to support it.  It seems so simple.  Yet, this bill accomplishes so much. 

My representative supported this bill.  I am so grateful that she has advocated for the citizens of Missouri to be able to keep their homes and businesses warm in the winter with wood.  Know this…if the EPA has their way they will try to shut down wood burning as a way to reduce the “carbon footprint” left behind. This bill will make that a violation of our STATE law.  As I drove home from a speaking engagement last week from southern Missouri I saw countless chimneys billowing smoke as Missourians warmed their homes on that cold morning in January.  We must stand to preserve our way of life.  It is sad, and unbelievable that we would even need such a law, but that is where we are.


HOUSE BILL NO. 1302
97TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
 INTRODUCED BY REPRESENTATIVES REMOLE (Sponsor), FITZWATER, CIERPIOT, ROWDEN,STREAM, KELLEY (127), SHULL, LOVE, LYNCH, MESSENGER, MORRIS, HANSEN, REHDER,SHUMAKE, MOON, LAIR, THOMSON, WALKER, DUGGER, ENTLICHER, ALLEN, FLANIGAN,GRISAMORE, RICHARDSON, TORPEY, HICKS, CURTMAN, REDMON, RHOADS, BAHR, FRANKLIN,PIKE, WOOD, PHILLIPS, ROWLAND, HINSON AND JONES (110) (Co-sponsors).

Section A. Chapter 1, RSMo, is amended by adding thereto one new section, to be
2 known as section 1.450, to read as follows:
1.450. All Missourians have the right to heat their homes and businesses using
2 wood-burning furnaces, stoves, fireplaces, and heaters.

Another INCREDIBLE bill that enforces STATE RIGHTS and our 10th amendment will be heard that same day:  

SECOND REGULAR SESSION
HOUSE BILL NO. 1620
97TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
 INTRODUCED BY REPRESENTATIVES REMOLE (Sponsor), CURTMAN, BAHR, MESSENGER,
MOON, RICHARDSON, FRAKER, PIKE, MUNTZEL, POGUE, MILLER, HURST, RHOADS, SPENCER,BERRY, KELLEY (127), HICKS, FRANKLIN, LYNCH, LANT, REIBOLDT, FITZWATER, HOSKINS,DOHRMAN, LOVE, SHULL, WALKER, STREAM, SCHIEBER,
HOUGHTON AND WILSON (Co-sponsors).


Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the state of Missouri, as follows:
Section A. Chapter 1, RSMo, is amended by adding thereto one new section, to be
2 known as section 1.345, to read as follows:
1.345. 1. Any federal regulation or rule promulgated as a result of an executive
2 order of the President of the United States repugnant of the Constitution of the United
3 States or the Constitution of Missouri shall be declared invalid in the state of Missouri.
4 Such regulations and rules shall be considered null and void and of no effect.
5 2. It shall be the duty of the general assembly to adopt and enact any and all
6 measures as may be necessary to prevent the enforcement of regulations and rules issued
7 by a presidential executive order.

Please help us spread the word and be there for these two worthwhile hearings that preserve our 10th amendment and our rights as a state.

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