It was a huge week for the nullification movement with 12 bills passed by state houses, and 2 more signed into law.
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Governors in both Wyoming and Arkansas this week signed bills known as the “Right to Try Act.” 7 states have now passed these laws that allow terminally-ill patients to use investigational drugs not permitted by the FDA. Similar bills passed the Oklahoma House 96-0, and both houses in Montana and Mississippi.
In Arizona, a bill to block enforcement of any new federal gun control measure was passed by the state Senate, while a similar bill passed both Houses in Montana and is off to the Governor’s desk.
The New Hampshire House passed a bill to legalize hemp farming, essentially treating the plant like other agricultural products.
The Montana House passed also bill to restrict automated license plate readers, helping block a nationwide license plate tracking program operated by the federal government.
And the Arizona house had a big week, passing bills to ban a crucial Obamacare enforcement mechanism, Common Core implementation, and the use of resources to implement unilateral executive orders, federal agency rulemaking, and EPA control over intrastate waters.
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