Well lets see, the federal government ignores state laws that have no bearing on federal law. So yes state law should just taker a dump all over federal law, for the sake on combating the fed's hypocrisy.
Anytime one tries to justify the violation of natural human rights, in order to increase the quality of another human being's natural rights, not only have they attempted to justify hypocrisy, they've lost all worthiness in what they believe, are credible opinions.
AN ACT OF RESPECT WHEN DEMANDED BECOMES AN ACT OF SUBMISSION
Sorry ...don't live life for Feds,,,,,Live life for me
the only viable solution is states drafting resolutins to secede, seceding, and sending the feds a pay rent or GTFO notice for the federal reserves preserves and bases established on their soil. that didnt work out so good last time, and many states were pressured into writing into their constitutions a provision that they are forever subservient to the feds. (california has one too)
SEC. 1. The State of California is an inseparable part of the United States of America, and the United States Constitution is the supreme law of the land.
and despite this provision, prop 215 is still constitutional, because the Controlled Substances Act is unconstitutional. Tee Hee!. this makes me feel like a giddy schoolgirl. now i just have to find one....