COLUMBIA S.C., Jan. 22, 2015 – Today, the South Carolina legislative session’s first committee hearing on a bill to block Obamacare in the state was filled by supporters, with a number of people overflowing into the hallway.Details
Texas SJR16 is a proposal to amend the Texas state constitution. If passed through the legislature, voters would have the opportunity to approve the amendment prohibiting any state agency from taking any action that compels or helps effectuate a health insurance mandate. PLEASE TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS – It doesn’t matter where you live in the state, please follow…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
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
A bill prefiled in Georgia this week would effectively nullify some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent treatments from being used by terminally-ill patients.Details
A bill filed in Indiana this week would effectively nullify some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent treatments from being used by terminally-ill patients.Details
Previous reports here at TAC have noted that nullification bills would thwart IRS when using liens to collect Obamacare’s mandate “tax.” While we made a technical error in reporting this, the strategy remains essential.Details
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.