American Conversations On “PHARMA Corruption And PHARMA Reform” In Nashville August 21st

CDM And American Conversations Cordially Invite You To American Conversations On “Pharma Corruption And Pharma Reform” In Nashville On Monday, August 21, 2023.

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The RFK And Rogan Result (Op-Ed)

RFK Jr. Is Wrong That Democratic Socialism Is The Answer. Looking To The Government To Ensure There Is No Poverty, Which Was What He Ended His Rogan Podcast On. Is Socialism. Is Wealth Redistribution. Which Is Centralization. And In The Same Direction The Globalists Want Us To Go.

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Tennessee Attorney General Joins 32 AGs In Urging U.S. Supreme Court To Uphold Whistleblower Law

Tennessee’s Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Joined With 32 Other State Attorneys General In Urging The U.S. Supreme Court To Overturn A Pair Of Lower Court Rulings That Could Have Broad Implications For Whistleblowers, And The Government’s Ability To Go After Public Fraud.

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Tennessee Reaches Agreement With Former Opioid Manufacturer Allergan

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III And A Bipartisan Group Of Attorneys General Announced An Agreement In Principle To Address The Opioid Crisis For The Second Time Last Week. The Proposed Settlement On Important Financial Terms Would Require Former Opioid Maker Allergan To Pay Up To $2.37 Billion To Participating States And Local Governments.

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Progress Milestone Reached On TN’s Multi-Billion Dollar Opioid Agreement

Attorney General Herbert Slatery Has Marked A Key Milestone In The $26 Billion Opioid Agreement With The Nation’s Three Major Pharmaceutical Distributors – Cardinal, McKesson, And AmerisourceBergen – And Johnson & Johnson Over The Companies’ Role In Creating And Fueling The Nationwide Opioid Crisis.

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Tennesseans Want Freedom Of Choice [ Interview with Representative Mark Hall ]

In this interview with Mark Hall, representative of District 24, we discuss the concerns of Hall’s constituents and his take on government mandates imposed on businesses.

As a member of the Health Committee and Subcommittee, Hall also offers his take on why the Tennessee legislature has focused so heavily on the COVID vaccine and left discussions regarding natural immunity by the wayside.

He also touches on the influence medical lobbies and big pharm has had on the legislature and the responsibilities that legislators have to their constituents.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break April 5, 2021

1) Tennessee’s RINO County Mayors Continue with Mask Mandates
2) Rape Survivors Protection Act Passes Advances in the House
3) Pharma Lobby Fights Dems Proposal On Vaccine Access And Drug Pricing
4) Amazon Clashes With Democratic Lawmakers Bankrolled By Its Own Employees

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