"Citizens of Minnesota are sovereign individuals, subject to Minnesota law and immune from any federal laws that exceed the federal government's enumerated constitutional powers. A federal law does not apply in Minnesota unless that law is approved by a two-thirds vote of the members of each house of the Legislature and is signed by the governor ..."

FROM AN AMENDMENT TO THE MINNESOTA CONSTITUTION PROPOSED IN H.F. 3738, LEGISLATION COAUTHORED BY GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE TOM EMMER.