The Hardin Manifesto...
In a bold declaration, Rep David Hardin called federal efforts to curb constitutional rights a violation of the rights of the several states and the people. HB2781 essentially says that the federal govt has forgotten their place and the limitations that the states have placed on the federal entity.
For citizens determined to retain their constitutional rights, this bill reads like a tent revival sermon. It lays out a thesis for what limited role the federal entity is allowed, and then declares all other rights and responsibilities rest with the sovereign states, to govern their own domains within their own borders.
What is even more compelling is the penalty that law enforcement and other government agencies will pay, for cooperating with federal overreaches of law. It further allows individuals to sue state & local entities for attorney fees associated with the defense of these rights.
The law only pertains to otherwise law abiding conduct. Thus it becomes ineffective when the citizen is involved in committing a crime, separate from federal gun laws and regulations.
The current published list of about 170 physicians would be replaced by a list of thousands.