Various states have introduced bills which re-affirm the 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Oklahoma even passed theirs (HJR1003) by a huge margin, so there’s hope.
Indiana’s version (Senate Resolution 37) appears to be identical to others introduced around the country. It is nothing except a confirmation of the U.S. Constitution and the principles upon which our country was founded. There is no controversial language. In other words, there is NO REASON that this bill should not pass with a unanimous vote.
Keep an eye out for your state’s version of this, and write to support it. Make sure that your “representatives” don’t tack a bunch of objectionable garbage onto it in order to kill it (a favorite tactic of the statists).
Here is an article about this, but the article is 20 days old, so it’s already outdated.
Get on the phone – write letters and emails.