Things have been rather quiet on the state sovereignty front the last few months, but there has been a little activity since I last reported:
I reported last July that Nebraska had prefiled a state sovereignty resolution at the end of last year's session. It has now been introduced as LR 292. The resolution is much shorter than most, and its language is unusually mild.
South Carolina's S 424 was adopted by the Senate January 19, and was recommended by House committee to the full House January 21. The resolution has been amended to emphasize that the state will nullify any provision of federal law requiring participation in a federal health care plan.
On a related note, I have also updated the table of Ohio state sovereignty and nullification resolutions to include the introduction by Rep. John Adams of the income tax phaseout.