Now In Effect: Louisiana Expands of Right to Try Act, Further Rejects Some FDA Restrictions

BATON ROUGE, La. (Aug 1, 2017) – Today, a law goes into effect expanding Louisiana’s Right to Try law to include technology designed to help ALS patients with mobility. The new law sets the foundation to nullify in practice a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rule that currently denies these patients’ access to this specific technology.

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Signed by the Governor: Maine Law Gives Local Government Control Over Food Regulations, Will Hinder FDA

AUGUSTA, Maine (July 6, 2017) – Last month, Maine Gov. Paul LePage signed a bill into law that gives local governments the authority to enact ordinances regulating local food distribution without state interference. The new law not only takes a big step forward for food sovereignty and local control by limiting state regulation, it will also create an environment hostile to federal regulations and potentially nullify some FDA edicts in effect.

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Signed By the Governor: Louisiana Expands Right to Try Act, Further Rejects Some FDA Restrictions

BATON ROUGE, La. (June 21, 2017) – Last week, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards signed a bill into law that expands the state’s Right to Try law to include technology designed to help ALS patients with mobility. The new law will set the foundation to nullify in practice a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rule that currently denies these patients’ access to this specific technology.

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