- PRN v Kansas, Mukasey, DOJ, et al.
PAIN RELIEF NETWORK, on behalf of patients of Stephen J. Schneider, D.O., Plaintiff, <br /> vs.<br /> THE STATE OF KANSAS, THE KANSAS STATE BOARD OF HEALING ARTS, MICHAEL MUKASEY, in his official capacity as United States Attorney General; ERIC F. MELGREN, in his official capacity as the United States Attorney for the District of Kansas, and THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Defendants. "INTRODUCTION # 1. This is an action brought by the Pain Relief Network, on behalf of patients of Dr. Stephen J. Schneider, seeking declaratory and injunctive relief on an emergency basis and accordingly petitioning this Court as follows: * (A) to declare palliative care (in the form of FDA-approved pharmaceuticals) a fundamental right of patients in severe pain..
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- Patriot Act Details
The USA PATRIOT Act, 2001,grants sweeping new powers to law enforcement and intelligence gathering authorities. The Act offers a broad definition... subject non-terrorist political groups to surveillance, wiretapping, harassment, and criminal action: * (§802) Allows secret searches, perform roving wiretaps, and gain access to highly personal medical, financial, mental health, and student records. * (§206 and §507) Authorizes forcing librarians and booksellers to hand over records * (§215) Allows investigate citizens for criminal activity without probable cause... * (§218) Allows search a person's home without anyone present and to delay notification indefinitely.
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- Drug Law Blog
An Abigail Alliance Interview -- Agibail Alliance for Better Access to Developmental Drugs: http://abigail-alliance.org/ Very interesting constitutional liberties arguments
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