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MEDIA ADVISORY: STATE LAWMAKERS TO GREEN-LIGHT BILL THURSDAY GIVING DYING PATIENTS ACCESS TO EXPERIMENTAL DRUGSPosted on February 18, 2014 | Type: Press Release
Arizona legislators are poised to green-light legislation in committee Thursday that would pave the way for terminally ill patients to access experimental drugs not yet cleared for market. Known as the "Right to Try" Act, similar bills are currently being considered by lawmakers in Colorado, Louisiana and Missouri, and legislators in California and Massachusetts have expressed interest.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: LAWSUIT AIMS TO STOP UNCONSTITUTIONAL BID PREFERENCE POLICIESPosted on February 10, 2014 | Type: Press Release
Bid preference policies cost taxpayers more, enable politicians to play favorites with government dollars
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: STATE LAWMAKERS IN SEVERAL STATES CRACKING DOWN ON CRIMINAL OBAMACARE NAVIGATORSPosted on February 05, 2014 | Type: Press Release
Amidst reports that currently employed Obamacare navigators in multiple states (including California and New Mexico) have criminal rap sheets, lawmakers elsewhere have taken steps to crack down on would-be criminals working as navigators in their states. While the federal government and other implementers of Obamacare have shown no qualms about allowing convicted criminals to handle Americans’ private and sensitive information as navigators in both state and federal exchanges, state lawmakers in Virginia, Colorado and Arizona have responded contrastingly: Enough is enough.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: STATE LEGISLATORS ADVANCING ARTICLE V CONVENTION TO TACKLE $17.4 TRILLION FEDERAL DEBTPosted on February 04, 2014 | Type: Press Release
It's no secret that politicians in Washington have a spending addiction--to the tune of roughly $54,000 in federal debt per every newborn baby (that's more than the median household income!). With federal spending burgeoning, lawmakers in at least four states are moving quickly during state legislative sessions to rein in the beltway largess.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: COURT RULES TAXPAYER-FUNDED UNION ACTIVISM ILLEGAL, UNCONSTITUTIONALPosted on January 29, 2014 | Type: Press Release
Government workers can no longer perform union work on the job