House Bill 695: Prohibits the Application of Foreign Law in Violation of a Person's Constitutional Rights

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Last Updated: June 26, 2013
House Bill 695: Prohibits the Application of Foreign Law in Violation of a Person's Constitutional Rights
Sponsors:
Representatives Whitmire, Cleveland, Schaffer, Pittman (Primary), Arp, R. Brawley, Brody, Collins, Ford, Jones, Martin, McNeill, Millis, Presnell, Riddell, Shepard, Speciale, Stone, and Torbett
Summary:

This bill would prohibit a state court, administrative agency, arbitrator, mediator, or other entity from applying foreign law in any legal proceeding if it would violate a legal or constitutional right of persons who are parties to the proceeding.

HSLDA's Position:
Support.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

See "Bill History" link below.

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