California ‘Right to Try’ Bill to Nullify in Practice Some FDA Restrictions Passes Second Assembly Committee, 14-0

SACRAMENTO, Ca. (Mar. 4, 2015) – A California bill that would nullify in practice some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent terminally ill patients from accessing treatments passed unanimously through a second state Assembly committee last week. The vote was 14-0.

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To The Governor’s Desk: Minnesota Bill to Nullify in Practice Some FDA Restrictions on Terminally-ill Patients

ST. PAUL, Minn. (May 3, 2015) A bill that would nullify in practice certain Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent terminally ill patients from accessing treatments was given unanimous approval by the state House last week. Having previously passed the state Senate, the bill is now headed to the Governor’s desk.

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Missouri Action Alert: Help Legalize Industrial Hemp and Nullify Federal Prohibition, Support HB830 and SB255

Missouri HB830 and SB255 and would legalize industrial hemp for production, and effectively nullify the federal ban.

STATUS: HB830 passed the House 104-41 on 04-23 and now must pass through the Senate Agriculture, Food Production, and Outdoor Resources committee. SB255 passed that committee previously and moves to the Senate floor. Take the following action steps to support these important bills.

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To The Governor’s Desk: Florida Bill to Block Some FDA Restrictions on Terminally-ill Patients

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Apr. 28, 2015) – A bill that would nullify in practice certain Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent terminally ill patients from accessing treatments was given final approval by the state Senate today. Having previously passed the state House, the bill is now headed to the Governor’s desk.

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Massachusetts Action Alert: Help Block License Plate Tracking, Support H3009 and S1817

Massachusetts H3009 and S1817 would put strict warrant restrictions on ALPRs and help block a national license plate tracking program. These bills must pass through the Joint Committee on Transportation before they can receive votes in their respective chambers.

PLEASE TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS

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