NATIONAL INITIATIVES

  • State Bank

    debt100The state bank stops privatized debt lending. Money is lent at very reasonable rates to local businesses and college students. As it is paid back, excess beyond the banks operating costs are used for the states general funds. Like a library, a state bank is a publicly owned utility.

    • North Dakota ended private debt
    • Iceland ended private debt
    • Every sovereignty can end private debt
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  • Paper Ballots

    paper_ballotsPaper Ballots are the ONLY way to secure an election. Without basic securities in elections, we no longer can consider ourselves a democratic republic or a nation that represents it's people. When elections are rigged, we can only expect the worst possible government.

    • Save our Elections
    • Save our Republic
    • Save what Democratic process we still have.
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  • Label and Ban GMO Foods

    BioCorn100What is the GMO Problem? Genetically Modified Organisms were created to feed the world, instead they are destroying DNA and threatening all life on the planet. In EVERY independent study they show GMO's cause health problems. Genetic pollution can cause the following problems:

    • Inability to Reproduce
    • Cancers and other Disease
    • Cross Species Contamination and Risk to Entire Biosphere
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  • Hemp and Marijuanahempworld100

    Hemp is the World's #1 most useful plant! Legislation has repealed the old laws and the states are doing great without prohibition. Now more states are joining in. Rather than criminalize, our states can benefit from hemp, medicine, recreational use and taxes. 

    • Reduce Prison Populations
    • End Drug War Waste
    • Create Billions in Revenue from Green Industrial Products
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  • Citizen Grand Jury

    citizen grand juryReplace the Judge with a pannel of diverse citizens. Only with the Citizen Grand Jury (CGJ) process can citizens ensure a proper checks and balances on a judicial system that is blind to justice. The CGJ is currently only available in Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota and Oklahoma.

    • Take corrupt Law Enforcement to court
    • Take corrupt Political Leaders to court
    • Take corrupt Corporations to court
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  • Ban Fracking

    Fracking100Fracking is a dangerous environmental hazard created by the Energy Monopolies. The EPA doesn't even know what chemicles they put into the groundwater. Fresh water supplies are being destroyed and better alternatives are available.

    • Protect our Water and Land
    • Stop Subsidizing Dirty Energy
    • Encourage Safe and Clean Alternatives
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  • Stop Water Fluoridation

    There is poison in the Tap WaterWe have to accept the fact that Fluoride is a Neurotoxin and there are safer ways to clean our teeth. We should not be ingesting this chemical and it should not be absorbed in our skin when we clean ourselves. Fluoride should be banned for the following reasons.

    • Bio-accumulation in the body
    • Neurotoxic effects
    • Destruction of the Pineal Gland
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  • Stop Agenda 21

    agenda21100Agenda 21 is a "Trojan Horse" disguised as an altruistic plan to save the environment and the economy but with the price tag of complete global governance and authoritarian control. Agenda 21 is globalism taking over on the local level. Agenda 21 has many hazardous programs.

    • GMO Foods
    • Geo-Engineering
    • Smart Meters
    • Fracking
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  • Geo-Engineering

    GeoengineeringTeaser100x100Geo-Engineering poisons our air, water and soil. Geo-Engineering is a government program where harmful toxins are used to "reverse global warming." We must stop Geo-Engineering because of the following:

    • Deadly Poisons in Atmosphere
    • Zero Regulations
    • Secretive Government Testing
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STATE NETWORKS

  • alcitizenWe Dare to Defend Our Rights

    Alabama became the 22nd State in the Union on December 14th, 1819

    Alabama Allows: Recalls and Initiatives in the City of Birmingham.

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  • AkcitizenNorth to the Future

    Alaska was the 49th State to Join the Union on January 3rd, 1959.

    Alaska Allows: Statutes, Referenda, Local Initiative, Local Referenda, Recalls and Nominations.

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  • AZcitizenGod Enriches

    Arizona became the 48th state in the Union on February 14, 1912.

    Arizona Allows: Statutes, Amendments, Referenda, Recalls, Nominations.

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  • arcitizenThe People Rule

    Arkansas joined the Union in 25th on June 15th, 1836

    Arkansas Allows: Consitutional Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Recalls and Nominations.

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  • CAI Have Found It

    California became the 31st State in the Union on September 9, 1850.

    California Allows: Amendments, Statutes, Veto Referenda, Recalls and Nominations

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  • COflagNothing Without Providence

    Colorado became the 38th State in the Union on August 1, 1876.

    Colorado Allows: Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Recalls and Nominations.

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  • ctcitizenHe Who Is Transplanted Sustains

    Connecticut became the 5th State in the Union on January 9, 1788.

    Connecticut Allows: Local Initiatives, Referenda, Recalls and Nominations.

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  • decitizenLiberty and Independence

    Delaware was the 1st State to join the Union on December 7th, 1787.

    Delaware Allows: Local Initiatives, Referenda and Nominations. 

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  • dccitizenJustice to All

    Washington D.C. became the Capitol of the U.S.A. on July 16, 1790

    Washington D.C. Allows: Initiatives, Referenda, Nominations and Recalls

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  • flcitizenIn God We Trust

    Florida became the 27th State in the Union on March 3rd, 1845.

    Florida Allows: Constitutional Amendment Initiatives, Nominations and Local Recalls.

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  • gacitizenWisdom, Justice and Moderation

    Georgia became the 4th state in the Union on January 2nd, 1788.

    Georgia Allows: Legislative Referrals, Constitutional Conventions and Recalls.

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  • hicitizenThe Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness

    Hawaii became the 50th State in the Union on August 21, 1959

    Hawaii Allows: Nominations, Local Initiatives and Local Referenda.

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  • IDcitizenLet Us Be Perpetual

    Idaho Became the 43rd State to Join the Union on July 3rd 1980.

    Idaho Allows:  Statutes, Referenda, Recalls, Nominations, Legislative Referrals and Constitutional Conventions.

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  • ILcitizenState Sovereignty, National Union

    Illinois was the 21st State to join the Union on December 3rd 1818.

    Illinois Allows: Nominations, Recalls limited to Governor Only and the city of Buffolo Grove, Constitutional Conventions and Non-Binding Advisory Measures.

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  • incitizenThe Crossroads of America

    Indiana became the 19th State in the Union in December 11th, 1816

    Indiana Allows: Nominations and Legislative Referrals.

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  • IAcitizenOur Liberties We Prize and Our Rights We Will Maintain

    Iowa became the 29th State in the Union on December 28th, 1846.

    Iowa Allows: Referenda and Legislative Referal Statutes.

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  • kscitizen

    To the Stars Through Adversity

    Kansas was the 34th state to enter the union Jan. 29th 1861.

    Kansas Citizens have the right to Citizen Grand Jury, Local Initiative, Local Referendum, Recall, Nomination and Legislative Referral. 

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  • kycitizenLet Us Give Thanks To God

    Kentucky became the 15th State to join the Union on June 1st, 1792

    Kentucky Allows: Limited Citizen Referenda, Initiative in the city of Lexington, Legislative Referrals and Constitutional Conventions.

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  • LacitizenUnion, Justice and Confidence

    Louisiana became the 18th State January 30th, 1812

    Louisiana Allows: Limited Initiative and Referenda, Home Rule Charters and Recalls

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  • mecitizen I Direct

    Maine became the 23rd State in the Union in March 15, 1820

    Maine Allows: Amendments, Local Initiatives, Referenda, Recalls and Nomination.

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  • mdcitizenManly Deeds, Womanly Words

    Maryland was the 7th State to join the Union on April 28th, 1788

    Maryland Allows: Referenda, Nomination and Home Rule Charter Amendments 

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  • macitizenBy the Sword We Seek Peace, But Peace Only Under Liberty

    Massachusetts became the 6th State in the Union February 6th 1788

    Massachusetts Allow: Amendments, Statutes, Veto Referenda, Recalls and Nominations

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  • micitizenI Will Be Defended

    Michigan became the 26th State in the Union on January 26th, 1837.

    Michigan Allows: Amendments, Statute, Referenda, Recall and Nomination

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  • mncitizenThe Star of the North, I Long to See What is Beyond

    Minnesota became the 38th State in the Union on May 11th 1858 

    Minesota Allows: City Charter Amendments, Recalls, Legislative Referrals.

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  • mscitizenBy Valor and Arms

    Mississippi became the 20th State to Enter the Union on December 10, 1817.

    Mississippi Allows: Amendments, Referenda, Recalls, Nominations, Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendments, Local Code and Private Charter Initiatives.

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  • missouricitizenThe Welfare of the People is the Highest Law

    Missouri was the 24th State to join the Union on August 10th 1821

    Missouri Allows: Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Local Recalls, Nominations, Legislative Referrals and Constitutional Conventions.

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  • mtcitizenGold and Silver

    Montana became the 41st state in the Union on November 8, 1889.

    Montana Allows: Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Recalls and Nominations

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  • nbcitizenAll for Our Country

    Nebraska became the 37th State in the Union March 1, 1867

    Nebraska Allows: Citizen Grand Juries, Amendments, Statutes, Veto Referenda, Recalls for Local Officials and Nominations.

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  • nvcitizenAll For Our Country

    Nevada became the 36th State in the Union on October 31, 1864

    Nevada Allows: Citizen Grand Juries, Amendments, Statutes, Statute Affirmations, Referenda, Recalls and Nominations.

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  • nhcitizenLive Free or Die

    New Hampshire became the 9th state in the Union in June 21, 1788.

    New Hampshire allows: Local Charter Amendments.

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  • njcitizenLiberty and Prosperity

    New Jersey became the 3rd State in the Union on December 18th 1787.

    New Jersey Allows: Recalls, Nominations, Local Initiatives, Local Referenda and Legislative Referrals.

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  • nmcitizenIt Grows As It Goes

    New Mexico became the 47th State in the Union on January 6th 1912.

    New Mexico Allows: Citizen Grand Jury, Nominations, Local Recalls, Local Initiative and Referenda, Legislative Referrals, and Constitutional Convention.

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  • nycitizenEver Upward

    New York was the 11th State to join the Union on July 26, 1788.

    New York Allows: Local Initiatives are allowed in all Cities and in Suffolk County. 

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  • nccitizenTo Be Rather Than to Seem

    North Carolina was the 12th State to join the Union on November 21, 1789

    North Carolina Allows: Local Initiatives and Referenda (Greensboro and Raleigh only), Nominations and limited local Recall.

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  • ndcitizen

    Strength from the Soil 

    "Liberty and Union, Now and Forever, One and Inseparable"

    North Dakota was the 39th State to join the Union on November 2nd 1889

    North Dakota Allows: Citizen Grand Juries, Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Recall, Nomination, Local Initiatives and Referenda, Legislative Referrals and Constitutional Conventions.

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  • ohcitizenWith God All Things Are Possible

    Ohio became the 17th State to join the Union on March 1st, 1803.

    Ohio Allows: Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Recalls, Nominations

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  • okcitizenHard Work Conquers All Things

    Oklahoma was the 46th State to join the Union on November 16th, 1907

    Oklahoma Allows: Citizen Grand Juries, Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Recalls, Nominations and Constitutional Conventions.

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  • orcitizenShe Flies With Her Own Wings

    Oregon became the 33rd State in the Union on February 14, 1859.

    Oregon Allows: Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Recalls & Nominations.

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  • pacitizenVirtue, Liberty, Independence

    Pennsylvania was the 2nd State to join the Union on December 12th, 1787

    Pennsylvania Allows: Limited Initiative rights in Charter Cities and Third Class Cities with Home Rule provisions and Legislative Referrals.

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  • ricitizenHope

    Rhode Island became the 13th State to join the Union on May 29th, 1790

    Rhode Island Allows: Recall, Local Initiative and Referenda

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  • sccitizenWhile I Breath, I Hope

    South Carolina was the 8th State to join the Union on May 23rd, 1788.

    South Carolina allows: Local Home Rule for I&R, Nominations, Legislative Referrals and Legislative Constitutional Conventions. 

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  • ndcitizenUnder God the People Rule

    South Dakota was the 40th State to join the Union on November 2nd 1889.

    South Dakota Allows: Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Local I&R, Recalls and Nominations

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  • tscitizenAgriculture and Commerce

    Tennessee was the 16th State in the Union on June 1st 1796

    Tennessee Allows: Local Initiative and Referenda in select cities, local Recalls and Nominations

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  • txcitizenFriendship

    Texas was the 28th State to join the Union on December 29, 1845.

    Texas Allows: Local Initiatives, Local Referenda, Recalls and Nominations.

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  • utcitizenIndustry

    Utah was the 45th State of the Union on January 4th 1896

    Utah Allows: Statutes, Referenda, Local Initiatives and Referenda and Nominations. 

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  • vtcitizenFreedom and Unity

    Vermont became the 10th State in the Union on March 4th 1791.

    Vermont Allows: Nominations, Local Referenda, Local Charter Amendments and Initiatives in the City of Birmingham.

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  • vacitizenDeath to Tyrants

    Virginia became the 10th State in the Union on June 25th 1788.

    Virginia Allows: Nominations, Recalls, Initiative and Referenda in Lynchburg, Hampton, Norfolk and Portsmouth. 

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  • WacitizenIn the Future

    Washington became the 42nd State in the Union on November 11th, 1989

    Washington Allows: Statutes, Local Ballot Measures, Referenda and Recalls

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  • wvcitizenMountaineers are Always Free

    West Virginia became the 35th state to join the Union on June 20th 1863

    West Virginia Allows: Nominations and Local Recalls

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  • wscitizenForward

    Wisconsin became the 30th State to join the Union on May 29th, 1848. 

    Wisconsin Allows: Recalls, Local Initiatives, Nominations.

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  • wycitizenEqual Rights

    Wyoming became the 44th State to join the Union on July 10th, 1890.

    Wyoming Allows: Initiative Statutes, Referenda, Nominations and Local Recalls.

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  • National-LegislationOne From Many, In God We Trust 

    In 1776, the USA was formed as a soverign national government limited by the rights of the states.

    National Model Legislation is for people who live in states with ballot initiative laws to implement by a direct vote.

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