Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen
There is no question that this SB 277 case will go all the way to the United States Supreme Court. It is designed to do exactly that. The issues argued in it are THAT important to the American scene.
So, get ready for a knock-down, drag-out fight, with those, within our government system, and private drug corporations, who believe that THEY own our bodies, and our children’s bodies, and that THEY, the government of the moment and their corporate cronies, can do whatever THEY want to any American, at any time they choose.
The people we are up against believe in total control of our lives, with THEM making all of the decisions for, and about, us.
It is, if you think about it, the SAME argument coming forward in our Presidential election. Establishment Hillary Clinton is all about BIG Government running us all, and Trump is about bringing the REAL America, economy and all, with its Constitution, back to life.
The fact is that the next US President will decide who fills the empty seats on that US Supreme Court – and will make a difference what kind of Supreme Court we will be standing in front of with our SB 277 case.
So, people, four days ago we were a little anxious about what would happen with the implementation of SB 277. Today, we have landed at Normandy, so-to-speak. Now we need to fight our way into the enemy’s heartland, and take it away from them. Can we do that? Yup…
The Cavalry Has Arrived…
So let’s talk about the upcoming battle.
Now that the lawsuit attacking SB 277 has been filed with the San Diego Federal Court (last Friday, July 1st 2016) it goes into the system.
On Tuesday, July 5th, 2016 it will be given a case number, and will be assigned to a specific Judge, who’s Staff will put it on the schedule for a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) action.
Here’s the way this works:
Let me make this clear – all of this activity is to get the Court to order the a permanent SHUTDOWN of SB 277, not allowing it to go forward in any way. Continue reading The Legal Assault on SB 277 – What Happens Next?