Missouri Grassroots Radio-Culture Vigilante 3/6/13
We had a Blogtalk Radio Website Meltdown, but managed to get the show in. Missouri Lt.Governor, Peter Kinder gave us an update on the lawsuit filed in Stoddard County and urged anyone who finds the same violations of 2nd amendment rights in any county across Missouri to file similar suits in your county. Read articles here, here and here about the details of atrocities happening in DORs across Missouri. Patrick Ishmael, of the Show Me Institute, gave us some insight into the tax credit bills (pseudo Aerotropolis sytyle) making their way through the Missouri Legislature. Family game night is taking on a new face. Teach em civics and spend quality time together at the same time. Robert Snizek of wethepeoplegame.com has a great new game for the entire family that teaches current events/civics while entertaining the entire family. Rachel Payton, of Americans for Prosperity, reports on Claire’s bad manners with her constituents. You could have had another Senator, but NO.
Fill out a witness form for SB233. The legislature is hearing this bill, tomorrow at 8:30. It’s a prescription drug monitoring bill!
NEED WITNESSES NOW FOR 8:30 AM THURS –TOMORROW SENATE LOUNGE
Find a friend who can go in your place. Fill out a witness form and email it in to the committee
http://www.senate.mo.gov/13info/members/mem15.htm Check NO we do not want our prescriptions monitored — No ones to be monitored.
Prescription Drug Monitoring with reporting to Feds on Database. http://www.senate.mo.gov/13info/bills/sb233.htmhttp://
Just like the RFID chip program got by us on the DOR, this one is about to fly under the radar with Hearing tomorrow under Senator Rob Schaaf to be heard Thurs 8:30 AM Senate Lounge. We need as many witnesses there to testify against this intrusion into our privacy being reported to third parties and to the feds. Got a nerve pill prescribed? anxiety? want to be considered questionable on mental health? got a firearm?? maybe not for long.
Committee: Veterans’ Affairs and Health, Senator Dan Brown, Chairman
Date: Thursday, March 7 Time: 8:30 AM Room: SENATE LOUNGE
SB 226 – Schaefer Modifies the standards for determining when a person is in need of mental health detention and evaluation
SB 146 – Schaaf Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB 233 – Sater Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program