April 24, 2024

Second Amendment Preservation Act (SAPA) legislation is a straightforward concept that adheres to the First Principle of Federalism, which affirms that the States have the obligation to defend their citizens from unconstitutional laws that violate the terms of the Federal compact, as well as the respective Bills of Rights.

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Contact the House Judiciary Committee to tell them that you want them to report SAPA, H.B. 1173, in order to secure the inherent freedoms of the citizens of South Dakota from Federal overreach!

TAKE ACTION NOW

Within the American tradition, the central function of government is to defend the liberties of its citizens. Given that fact, it is time for State-level elected officials to check Federal power. The passage of a SAPA would place further legislative safeguards on the natural authority of South Dakotans to exercise their God-given right to preserve life, liberty, and property with commonly held arms.

State House Representative Tony Randolph (R-D35), has brought forth House Bill 1173. Regrettably, some of South Dakota’s Sheriffs and other Elected Officials are not offering their support to this vital effort to arrest Federal overreach despite similar legislation being enacted in 15 other States.

PROTECT SOUTH DAKOTA SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS FROM FEDERAL ENCROACHMENTS

Ultimately, H.B. 1173 is about protecting the liberties of gun owners from unconstitutional Federal regulations, as well as safeguarding the ability of the citizens of South Dakota to exercise their God-given rights.

If we wish to have a rebirth of liberty within this nation, we must passionately strive to defend liberty and that effort begins with the Sovereign States adhering to their mandate to defend the liberties of their citizens from unconstitutional Federal overreach.

So please CLICK HERE NOW and tell the House Judiciary Committee  to report a SAPA that protects against Federal overreach!

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