Some people say nullification can’t work because the federal government is too big and powerful. They’re wrong. Most of us nullify every single every day.
There are two definitions of nullification. One is legal, the other, practical. When we talk about nullification as a strategy, we generally mean the practical definition. A law remains on the books but it is unenforceable or simply no longer has any practical effect.
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In practice, nullification is really a numbers game. The government doesn't have anywhere near the resources to enforce all its so-called "laws," regulations, and mandates. @mmaharrey10th pic.twitter.com/zrWOq38owH
— TenthAmendmentCenter (@TenthAmendment) October 23, 2020