Mississippi Bills Would Stop Common Core Implementation

JACKSON, Miss. (Jan. 6, 2017) – Two bills introduced in the Mississippi legislature would halt implementation of Common Core and require legislative approval for all future education standards. Passage of the legislation would take an important step toward nullifying the nationalized education program in the state.

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New Hampshire Bill Would Authorize the Use of Drugs Not Approved By the FDA

CONCORD, N.H. (Jan. 6, 2016) – A bill introduced in the New Hampshire legislature would authorize heathcare facilities and physicians in the state to dispense medication, and use equipment and therapies not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, setting the foundation to nullify in practice some FDA regulations.

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Montana Bill Takes on Warrantless Electronic Data Collection; Would Hinder a Federal Surveillance Program

HELENA, Mont. (Jan. 5, 2017) – A Montana bill would require police to get a warrant in order to obtain electronic communication information from providers in most cases. Passage of the legislation would not only increase privacy protections in the state, it would also hinder one practical aspect of federal surveillance programs.

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New Hampshire Bill Would Set Foundation to End Common Core in the State

CONCORD, N.H. (Jan. 5, 2017) – A bill introduced in the New Hampshire House would prohibit the state department of education and the state board of education from requiring any school or school district to implement the common core standards. Passage of the legislation would take an important step toward nullifying the nationalized education program in the state.

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