Legislation

People For Liberty is made up of people like you and me who see liberty being threatened and want to do something about it. And we can.

Every day, all around the country, so many bills are proposed or already in the works that threaten our personal liberties. We must oppose that legislation now before it becomes a law. For us to be effective against the organized threat to our liberties, we must all work together to fight it.

Click your state on the map below to get started. There you will find legislation that is already listed, as well as links to your state’s legislative page. If you find a bill that you would like to fight, please click the I Want to Help! button so that we can connect you with other activists in your area and provide resources to get you started.

If you would like to add a piece of legislation that affects liberty, please fill out this form with as much detail as possible. People for Liberty will help connect you with others who want to fight alongside you. We want to help people testify before legislature. We want to help organize letter writing campaigns. We want to do what we do best — unite us all as People for Liberty.

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US

HR8167 removes excise taxes on firearms, ammunition, and bows & arrows. Repeals excise tax on transferring and making firearms.

congress.govIntroduced06/22/2022
CA

SB-1186 Medicinal Cannabis Patients’ Right of Access Act to allow seriously ill Californians to obtain and use medicinal marijuana

legislature.ca.govPublic Hearing Jun 21 @ 9:30 am in 1021 O Street, Room 110006/21/2022
CA

SCA-10 A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment to the Constitution relating to reproductive freedom.

legislature.ca.govCommittee Hearing06/14/2022
RI

HB 7457 Increases the age from 18 to 21 years for lawful sale of firearms or ammunition. Exempts full-time law enforcement and US military.

rilegislature.govPlace on House Calendar06/10/2022
DE

SB134 regulates the type of utensils a food establishment can provide.

delaware.govAssigned to committee06/09/2022
MA

H4844 Relative to criminal offenses, civil liability, child welfare, the justice system, public safety, drugs offenses, assault, abortion

malegislature.govDischarged to House Rules Committee06/09/2022
NC

SB711 would allow qualifying patients, with a physician's recommendation, to access medical cannabis via license.

ncleg.govPassed Senate; headed to the House06/06/2022
NC

HB1119 Reproductive Freedom Act: repeals prohibitions and restrictions on abortion services and promotes reproductive freedom.

ncleg.govRef To Com On Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House05/31/2022
NY

A10148 Establishes reproductive freedom and equity program to ensure access to abortion care and provide funding

nysenate.govIntroduced05/04/2022
PA

SB107 decriminalizes possession of up to 30g of marijuana by making it punishable by $25 fine only, and public smoking by $100 fine only.

state.pa.usReferred to judiciary01/21/2022
CA

Taxes reduce my standard of living.

leginfo.ca.gov01/05/2022
TX

This bill moves to prevent businesses from asking for Vaccination status

texas.govReferred to State Affairs 10/12/202110/12/2021
TX

A bill creating criminal offenses at gun shows, Authorizing a fee for gun shows- Changing Gun shows to be 3 or more people disp firearms

texas.govFiled by Reynolds 09/14/202109/14/2021
TX

This is a bill relating to a prohibition on certain companies that receive
gov contracts from requiring employees to receive a
vaccination

texas.govBill filed by Toth on 09/08/202109/08/2021
US

HR3835: This bill amends the Federal Meat Inspection Act to expand the exemption of custom slaughtering of animals from federal inspection.

congress.govReferred to Committee07/15/2021
TNcommercialappeal.com
USspn.org
FL

How high is too high? Rep. Spencer Roach Roach’s legislation (HB 1455) would limit the amount of euphoria-inducing THC in marijuana.

miamiherald.com
UScongress.gov
TXlegiscan.com
ARyahoo.com
ID

ID SB1110 makes it the hardest state to get an initiative on the ballot. We voted in Medicaid when they refused, now we're being punished

acluidaho.org
VA

HB 784 Creates an income tax credit for 2022-2026, for amounts paid by parent for home instruction expenses or private school tuition.

virginia.gov
NC

HB558 Prohibit Mandatory CV19 Vaccinations

ncleg.gov
DE

DE Senate Bill 8 outlaws auto sear, or glock switch, which transforms a semiautomatic gun into a machine gun.

delaware.gov
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