I keep going back to a SCOTUS decision, because it applies to all government including state and local as a result of the decision. Try reading the decision and you may understand the ramifications and potential unintended consequences of the decision.<quoted text>
why do you keep going back to a city ordinance ...
states have the right to self rule , but can not become a republic within a republic .... other words we come to the mutual aid of all... understand ....
gov , can not use the state militia to prevent the rights of others... outdated thinking
basic constitution law .... did you know that the bill of rights is purloined from the Magna Charta
States do not have any rights. Youíre confusing state sovereignty with rights. Much of that disappeared with the fourteenth amendment as well. You might want to review the supremacy clause as well.
Portions of the of the Bill of Rights does indeed have its roots in the Magna Carta, in particular portions of the fifth amendment. While an interesting fact it has no relevance to the discussion at hand.