- Enacted a state sovereignty resolution
- Placed the Ten Commandments on the front entrance to the state capitol
- Passed a law to incarcerate illegal aliens and send them back to their home country
- Include DNA samples from illegal aliens in a database (Nancy Pelosi said that was unconstitutional. Given her track record with the Constitution, I'd be inclined to do the reverse of what she suggests...)
- Confirmed that Oklahomans have the right to bear arms and transport them in their vehicles
- Require that driver's licenses and driver's examinations be printed in English, and only in English.
(Supporting links appear with the post).
All of these actions are politically incorrect, but all of them are Constitutional -- even the ones relating to illegal aliens. The Constitution says that federal law may trump state law on immigration -- but if the feds do not enforce their law, the states have the right to enforce theirs (see Article I, Section 8, clause 4 of the U.S. Constitution). To date the feds have taken no action against Oklahoma.
So why is Ohio not following Oklahoma's lead?
That's a good question for you to ask your candidates for Governor and Ohio General Assembly.