Missouri House members have approved legislation barring state or local officials from adopting policies that infringe upon private property rights and are traceable to Agenda 21, a nonbinding resolution adopted in 1992 by the United Nations that reportedly encourages sustainable development. State Representative Bill Reiboldt tells News Talk KZRG about it:
"We have an overreaching federal government, and that's part of the reason that this is being brought forward. We see that when we look at our gun nulification bill. We've dealt with this since I've been up here, and the people that bring these bills forward are passionate about what they believe, but many times it'll get through the House but won't make it through the Senate."
The House approved the measure yesterday, moving it to the Senate.