Arizona's Freon Use Act of 1995
Signed into law April 17, 1995 by Governor Fife
“Should the feds decide to utilize their hired guns — the judicial system — in order to coerce obedience, sovereignty again allows the state to ignore orders of the court. The feds will not, in my opinion, go to more forceful coercion beyond the court system for fear of triggering their ultimate demise. They do not want this and neither do we. We are perfectly within our rights to proclaim protection from federal oppression by our United States Constitution. It was created with exactly these protections in mind.”
— Former Colorado State Senator, Charles Duke
See related article by Senator Duke IMPLEMENTING THE STATE SOVEREIGNTY RESOLUTION
Jane Dee Hull Secretary of State
State of Arizona
House of Representatives
First Regular Session
HOUSE BILL 2236
AMENDING TITLE 49, CHAPTER 3, ARTICLE 1, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES, BY ADDING SECTION 49-409; RELATING TO AIR QUALITY.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona;
Section 1, Title 49, chapter 3, article 1, Arizona Revised Statutes,
is amended by adding section 49-409, to read:
49-409. Chlorofluorocarbons; permitted use; retaliation prohibited
A. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER LAW. A PERSON MAY POSSESS, USE, MANUFACTURE, PURCHASE, INSTALL, TRANSPORT OR SELL CHLOROFLUORCARBONS.
B. THE POSSESSION, USE, MANUFACTURE, PURCHASE, INSTALLATION, TRANSPORTATION OR SALE OF CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS DOES NOT SUBJECT ANY PERSON, THIS STATE OR ANY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF THIS STATE TO ANY PENALTY, FINE, RETALIATORY ACTION OR OTHER PUNITIVE MEASURE.
APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR APRIL 15, 1995
FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE APRIL 17, 1995