Last week, I appeared on the Scott Horton show to discuss six new laws that went into effect August 1. Four of these laws nullify specific federal acts in practice, and two others that went on the books placing significant roadblocks in the way of some federal programs.
During the show, Scott and I talked about “Right to Try” laws that allow gravely ill people to bypass FDA red tape and access experimental treatment. We also discussed a North Dakota law that legalize the production of industrial hemp in the state. Finally, I we touched on laws limiting drone surveillance and the use of automatic license plate readers that also impact the operation of federal surveillance programs.
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