Since the adoption of the U.S. Constitution, the power of the federal government has grown beyond the bounds originally envisioned by the Framers.

Key Points:

  1. Just 16% of Americans say they trust the federal government to “do the right thing.”
  2. Federal interference has had life threatening results, especially at the border.
  3. Poor federal policy has increased the financial burden on American families through out-of-control debt and rapid inflation.
  4. The delegation of authority to make laws, interpret laws, and execute laws to unelected bureaucrats undermines the guarantee of a republican form of government.
  5. Under the Texas Plan, Governor Abbott laid out nine proposed constitutional amendments meant return the balance of power between the state governments and the federal government.