SB60, a bill that would nullify certain FDA rules pertaining to experimental drugs for terminally ill patients, was introduced in Connecticut by State Sen. Kevin D. Witkos (R-8).Details
Two bills (more info here) were introduced this year by State Senator Branden Petersen (R-Andover) to help protect the privacy rights of Minnesota residents against unlawful intrusion. Follow the action steps below to support these important bills. STATUS: SF32 and SF33 were both referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where they will need to pass…Details
New Hampshire SB101 would prohibit the state from requiring implementation of common core by any district in the state.Details
Missouri SB51 would suspend the licenses of insurance carriers who accept federal subsidies through the federally-run Obamacare exchange within the state, effectively nullifying these illegal IRS subsidies.
PLEASE TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS – It doesn’t matter where you live in the state, please follow all these steps to support this bill.Details
SB5012, a bill that would legalize industrial hemp for production within the state of Washington, was introduced on Jan. 12 by State Senators Brian Hatfield (D-Raymond) and Jim Honeyford (R-Sunnyside). It will need to pass through the Senate Agriculture, Water & Rural Economic Development Committee before the full senate can vote on this bill.Details
Missouri HB264, a bill that would deny much-needed material support and compliance to NSA warrantless spying operations, is up for consideration in 2015. The bill needs your help to move forward!Details
The South Carolina ACA Anti-Commandeering Act, H.3020 (more info here) has been introduced for 2015. If passed, it would “gut Obamacare” in the state. Your action is needed to help this bill move forward.Details
A bill has been introduced in the Colorado General Assembly that would stop the state from operating a state healthcare exchange for the Affordable Care Act.Details
House Bill 422 (HB422) would require that the state of Texas refuses to enforce almost all federal gun control measures enacted at anytime – past, present or future. House Bill 413 (HB413) declares all federal restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms to be “invalid” and “not enforceable” within the state of Texas. YOUR ACTION…Details
Passage of two bills (S.117 and S.125) in South Carolina would virtually nullify all federal gun control measures – past, present and future.
STATUS: Both bills have been referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where they will need to pass by a majority vote before consideration by the state senate.Details