Who Owns You? “Right to Try” laws buck FDA approval process

Legislators in Colorado, Louisiana and Missouri recently approved “Right to Try” legislation, and Arizona voters will vote on the measure this November. Under a doctor’s supervision, people would be given the chance to try promising experimental drugs before they’re given final FDA approval.

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Judge Napolitano: US Troops to Nigeria is Illegal

Last month, President Obama committed some 80 armed American troops to Chad to assist in the efforts to find a group of Nigerian girls reportedly kidnapped by the Boko Haram group. According to Judge Andrew Napolitano, the president’s action was an illegal use of military force without Congressional approval – as the Constitution requires.

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Chief Justice Roberts Again Rewrites Law, Avoids Duty to Hold Government’s Feet to the Constitutional Fire

Bond was a case about the scope of the treaty power—can Congress do something pursuant to a treaty that it can’t otherwise do?—and yet the majority opinion avoided that discussion altogether in the name of a faux judicial minimalism.

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Our hands or not at all: Supreme Court denies NDAA lawsuit

STATEMENT FROM PEOPLE AGAINST THE NDAA

BOWLING GREEN – On September 12th, 2012, Federal District Judge Katherine B. Forrest issued a permanent injunction against enforcement of Section 1021 of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act. In July 2013, the 2nd Circuit ruled the plaintiffs did not have standing to challenge that law.

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