Hawaii Action Alert: Help Protect Terminally-Ill Against FDA, Support HB92, HB882 and SB585

Hawaii HB92, HB882 and SB585 would effectively nullify some FDA restrictions on terminally ill patients. HB92 and HB882 must pass through the House Health Committee successfully, and SB585 must pass through the Senate Health Committee successfully before the bills can receive full votes in their respective chambers. Take the following action steps to support these important…

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California Action Alert: Help Protect Terminally-Ill From FDA Restrictions, AB159 and SB149

California AB159 and SB149 would effectively nullify some FDA restrictions on terminally ill patients. AB159 must pass through the Assembly Health Committee successfully, and SB149 must pass through the Senate Rules Committee successfully before the bills can receive full votes in their respective chambers. Take the following action steps to support these important bills.

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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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Surprisingly, FDA gets the commerce clause right?

A May 16th Food and Drug Administration news release reported that U.S. Marshals had seized more than $11,185,000 worth of unapproved drugs. They did this at the request of the FDA because the medications are unapproved and misbranded drugs under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.

The FDA complaint for forfeiture in paragraph 3 states, “articles of drug, as described in the caption, which articles were shipped in interstate commerce from outside the state of Ohio.”

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