The government is limited to the 20 powers listed in the constitution without an amendment by congress. So, why does the central government control all activities in the states? Executive orders and court decrees have been used to get around that requirement.  
  
The solution may be the following:

 The state of Wisconsin hereby claims sovereignty under the 10th Amendment to the to the U.S. Constitution over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the Constitution of the United States.

This serves as Notice and Demand to the federal government, as our agent, to cease and desist effective immediately, MANDATES that are beyond the scope of these constitutionally delegated powers.

"Nullification begins with the axiomatic point that a federal law that violates the Constitution is no law at all.  It is void and of no effect.  Nullification simply pushes the unconstitutional point a step further: If a law is unconstitutional and therefore void and of no effect, it is up to the states, the parties to the federal compact, to declare it so and thus refuse to enforce it.  It would be foolish and vain to wait for the federal government or a branch thereof to condemn its own law.  Nullification provides a shield between the people of a state and an unconstitutional law from the federal government."