Encouraging the use of gold and silver as legal tender, and removing regulatory burdens are essential first steps for states against the Federal Reserve. But they can take things even further.
“There are four steps states can take to protect themselves from the Federal Reserve, and restore sound money. We’ll cover the first two, next.”
In 2009, when Georgia Rep. Bobby Franklin introduced my first version of the Constitutional Tender Act (HB 430) in the Georgia House, we knew it wasn’t just going to be difficult to get passed into law — it was going to be difficult to get any co-sponsors, it was going to be difficult to get…Details
Before listing the most frequently asked questions about the Constitutional Tender Act, every person with questions is encouraged to try to preface each question, when possible, with this statement: “Since the U.S. Constitution requires every state to ONLY use gold and silver coins in payments to and by the State, then… [insert question here]”. We…Details