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In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Kyle Maichle, project manager for Constitutional Reform at The Heartland Institute joins host Donny Kendal to discuss the concept of state nullification – a process where a state deems a federal law unconstitutional.
Maichle explains the definition as well as some of the history of state nullification. Kendal and Maichle also talk about some of the modern day examples of state nullification. These examples include Obamacare, 2nd amendment legislation, marijuana prohibition, and the recent Clean Power Plan. Maichle helps explain what powers the states have and what powers the federal government have.