Somewhere in my online travels via the Rand Paul TSA issue, I came across sample legislation drafted by the Tenth Amendment Center that would seek to institute state-level bans on scope-n-grope. The page(s) describing it is/are: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/nullification/tsa/ and http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/legislation/travel-freedom-act/ Being the Rhetoric Whisperer (thanks again to whoever came up with that one), I drafted a letter to my state officials (1) that asks them to introduce this at the next meeting of the state senate & house. As always, revisions, suggestions, corrections and the like are welcome and wanted. All copyright is waived, consider this letter public domain to do with as you will. (1) - Can someone clarify how this works? Are "state senators" and "state representatives" the ones in DC who legislate at the federal level? What do you call the ones who just operate at the state level? Not sure what terms to use to look up these people. (2) - I'm right about that, aren't I? That state-level (i.e. within-the-bounds-of-the-state only) legislators can only propose something like 5 bills per year? Would like to avoid foot-in-mouth disease here.