|What:||10th Amendment Seminar|
|Who:||Fred Kelly Grant|
|When:||Saturday, July 30
8:30 AM-4:00 PM
|Where:||Anne Basker Auditorium
604 NW 6 St
|Cost:||$50 per person|
The 10th Amendment explicitly enumerates the powers of federal government and reserves all other powers to the states or to the people. The federal government has grown at an exponential rate, far exceeding its Constitutionally authorized powers. On July 29 and 30, Fred Kelly Grant will be discussing how we can demand that our federal government comply with the 10th amendment.
Fred Kelly Grant earned a doctorate degree in law from the University of Chicago School of Law in 1961. In recent years, he has focused on protecting property rights and access to natural resources on public lands. He assisted Owyhee County, Idaho in developing the first county “coordination” process that allowed the county to take a balanced seat at the management table with the federal land management and natural resource agencies. He has assisted counties, towns, and districts in fifteen states to establish their rightful place at the bargaining table. He has a Web site called War on Rural America about protecting private property rights through strategy and coordination.
Fred Kelly Grant will be conducting a two day seminar on July 29-30 in Grants Pass called “To the Tenth Power & Strategies for Improving Local Economy.” The first day is for Sheriffs and focuses on how local Sheriff’s departments can use the “coordination” process mandated by federal agencies to exert equal authority with federal government agencies on issues of concern to local counties. The second day is open to the public and will focus on the meaning and implications of the 10th amendment for private citizens.
The cost for the July 30 seminar is $50 per person. It will be held at the Anne Basker Auditorium from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.