A bill passed Monday in Congress from U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, Republican of Concord, North Carolina, gave a glimpse of bipartisanship following a divisive campaign cycle. Hudson’s bill – supported by Democratic U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, from Wilson, N.C. – seeks to ensure federal drug enforcement officials don’t curtail EMS ability to administer life-saving medicine without a prescription.
A bill passed Monday in Congress from U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, Republican of Concord, North Carolina, gave a glimpse of bipartisanship following a divisive campaign cycle. Hudson’s bill – supported by Democratic U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, from Wilson, N.C. – seeks to ensure federal drug enforcement officials don’t curtail EMS ability to administer life-saving medicine without a prescription. CSPAN
A bill passed Monday in Congress from U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, Republican of Concord, North Carolina, gave a glimpse of bipartisanship following a divisive campaign cycle. Hudson’s bill – supported by Democratic U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, from Wilson, N.C. – seeks to ensure federal drug enforcement officials don’t curtail EMS ability to administer life-saving medicine without a prescription. CSPAN

NC lawmakers, a Republican and Democrat, cooperate to back an emergency services bill

November 14, 2016 4:09 PM