NASHVILLE, Tennessee–The Tennessee General Assembly is on track to sue the federal government over the refugee resettlement program on Tenth Amendment grounds after Senate Joint Resolution 467 cleared its last substantive hurdle in the Tennessee House Finance Committee.The resolution sailed through the committee on a voice vote, and is now headed to the Calendar and Rules Committee, which will schedule a vote on the floor of the House of Representatives some time during the next seven days. The resolution is expected to pass in a landslide, as 74 of the House’s 99 members have already signed on as sponsors. The 10th amendment is basically the right that states have more power then the Federal government. If the Federal government wants to resettle middle eastern refugees, the only play the government can lawfully resettle them is Washington DC or Island territories in the oceans. Do to the recent actions of ISIS in Europe, is only more motive that we should allow states to show their power to the Federal government and say no. Just like the EU government are government continues to not realize that 25 percent of these refugees could be ISIS or supporters. Our Federal government is only putting the safety of Americans at stake, by basically allowing anyone and everyone to reside in America for safety. They continue to not realize that the refugee crisis is the perfect cover for ISIS members and supporters an easy access into our country, especially since there has been no proper vetting of these people. Finally a state using their 10th amendment power to fight this danger of the refugee crisis. Hopefully in due time more states will only follow suit.
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