Urgent Call to Action: Constitutionality isn’t optional!

Horsemen, have your voice heard: Tell the FTC to “disapprove” HISA regulations until legal uncertainties are resolved by the courts.

CLICK HERE to tell FTC to “disapprove” HISA regs pending Court Rulings!

Thursday, February 2, 2023 — Horsemen: The Horseracing Integrity & Safety Authority has brazenly resubmitted drug and medication rules for Federal Trade Commission (FTC) approval even though the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled the enabling legislation unconstitutional. Tell the FTC to follow up on its Dec. 12 action and to “disapprove” any regulations submitted by the HISA corporation until after the legal uncertainties are resolved by the courts.

Have your voice heard by sending that message to the FTC, using the button above or this link. Simply put in your name and info and hit on one of the “send message” boxes. It will automatically go to the FTC.

Your message lets the FTC know that the majority of horsemen want a do-over done right — not HISA’s cost-prohibitive largely duplicative bureaucracy that’s unconstitutional — with a path forward to change for the good and true betterment of our industry.

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