To The Governor’s Desk: Illinois Senate Unanimously Passes Bill to Nullify in Practice Some FDA Restrictions on Terminal Patients

SPRINGFIELD, Il. (May 20, 2015) Yesterday, the Illinois state Senate gave final approval to a bill that would effectively nullify in practice certain Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent terminally ill patients from accessing experimental treatments. The vote was 55-0.

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Montana Bills to Shine Light on Federal/State Partnerships Vetoed by Governor

Knowing the source of funds coming into a state can give the general public a more complete understanding of where the source of their problems lies. And two bills to shine light on federal funds for the public were passed by the Montana legislature this year. However, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed both of those important reform measures in April.

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Surging Costs for State-Run Health Care Exchanges Put Obamacare’s Future in Grave Danger

The costs for states that operate Obamacare exchanges are surging, putting them in jeopardy. Since this is the common path for most federal programs, it serves as yet another reason that all states should refuse to implement these exchanges and let the feds try to do it on their own – a nearly impossible task considering their limited resources.

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