Not everyone in the U.S. is resigning themselves to being subject to President Joe Biden’s radical executive orders.
Oklahoma’s House of Representatives has passed a bill that would subject each presidential executive order to review by the legislature, which could send it to the state attorney general for legal action if they deemed it unconstitutional.
The legislature could also just nullify the order within the state and leave it to the federal government to pursue action against it for not complying.
If Oklahoma’s model is successful, other states may follow suit and may have a chance to keep Biden’s radical policies at bay.
Democrats argued that the law amounted to “pandering,” but it could be a way to lessen the impact of Biden’s policy shifts on conservative states.
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