State Government

Former state lawmakers, unite!

Group plans to counter overreach of federal government

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A organization has been formed representing the largest network of former State Legislators.  The National Association of Former State Legislators (NAFSL) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to balanced federalism, state sovereignty and representative governance.  

The mission of NAFSL is to recruit former state legislators for membership and equip them with the tools and resources necessary to engage and educate state legislators to support and defend the U.S. and their respective State Constitution.  It will offer educational programs, conferences, workshops, newsletters, research and personal contacts.

What prompted several Florida legislators to initiate this effort is the increased centralization and overreach of national government that put state sovereignty at risk with Washington asserting more power and leverage over states.

Financial support for NAFSL will be obtained through membership, donations, fundraising and foundation grants.  Former legislators can get more information and application at

For more information contact Jim Kallinger at

Submitted by Frank Mazur, former Vermont Representative for South Burlington

Categories: State Government

3 replies »

  1. Every former legislator who cares about the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, our Freedom, American way of life, our heritage and values, God and country, should feel more than compelled to stand up and join forces to oppose the worst Marxist takeover I have ever seen in my life. Now is the time for courageous brave men and women to put on the full armor of God, and March forward with Truth. Surrender is never an option.

    Liberty is from God not men.

  2. This important new organization could not have a better leader than Jim Kallinger. I have known Jim for several years and find him a knowledgeable and reliably honest source when I am writing on the subjects he knows best — constitutional governance.

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