"At the Informed Consent Action Network, you are the authority over your health choices and those of your children. In a medical world manipulated by advertising and financial interests, true information is hard to find and often harder to understand. Our goal is to put the power of scientifically researched health information in your hands and to be bold and transparent in doing so, thereby enabling your medical decisions to come from tangible understanding, not medical coercion."
"AFLDS has increased our focus on Strategic Litigation which can result in precedent setting decisions, with a greater potential to help everyone. We believe this is the most impactful use of our resources in this fight for medical freedoms. We are also forming a growing network of legal advocacy teams to help Americans win more targeted battles. Therefore, we are pausing our attorney referral system while we prepare this network. It is now more important than ever that you continue to push back and organize at the local level. Use the resources found on AFLDS.org, contact your local sheriff, police, leaders and legislatures. Share the message and tools with your family and friends and take a STAND FOR YOUR MEDICAL FREEDOMS!"
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