Kansas ‘Right to Try’ Bill Receives Favorable Mainstream Media Coverage

Kansas State Rep. Brett Hildebrand (R-Shawnee), author of the Kansas Right to Try Act, was recently featured on KAKE TV to discuss HB2004. This is a bill that would expand access for terminally ill patients to experimental drugs not yet approved by the FDA, effectively nullifying the agency’s unconstitutional control.

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Nullification in Practice: New South Carolina Bill Would “Gut Obamacare” in the State

COLUMBIA S.C., Dec. 11, 2014  – The fight to nullify Obamacare in South Carolina continues with a bill introduced in the state House by Rep. Bill Chumley earlier today. Over the last two years, Chumley, along with Sen. Tom Davis, led a bold effort to reject the federal act in the state. Chumley’s 2013 bill,…

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Four Steps: Your Action is Needed to Stop Obamacare

Take these steps today: 1. Get this model legislation for your state – 3 bills, download: https://s3.amazonaws.com/TAClegislation/SC-H3020-2015-ACA-Anti-Commandeering.pdf (as introduced for 2015 in SC) https://s3.amazonaws.com/TAClegislation/healthcarefreedomact2.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/TAClegislation/Obamacare-Commissioner.pdf 2. Look up your STATE rep and senator here: http://openstates.org/find_your_legislator/ 3. CALL your state rep and senator. Strongly, but respectfully urge each of them to introduce a bill to withdraw state…

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Arkansas “Right to Try” Bill Would Nullify Some FDA Regulations, Help Terminally-Ill

A bill prefiled in Arkansas this week would effectively nullify some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent treatments from being used by terminally ill patients. Senate Bill 4 (SB4), the Right to Try Act, authored by Sen. John Cooper (R-21), is the latest pushback against the FDA and their controversial methodology of approving…

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