Contra Costa County was sued on August 1, 2008 for child dumping and breaking California’s law that requires adoption agencies to tell adopting parents everything known about a child’s background. A complete medical, psychological, school and family history must be given to adopting parents before the adoption. That didn’t happen for Mamie and Mark Johnson […]
Archives for September 2008
It is somewhat metaphorical that the industry that promotes rubber tried to screw the American consumer by keeping essential safety information from becoming public knowledge. But thanks to a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, the law is very clear; defective automobile tire data must be made public.
Instead of following its mission statement, which directs it to protect the public health, the FDA frequently puts the financial interests of drug companies ahead of the health of American citizens. As a result of that betrayal, reports of drugs that make huge profits even though they cause severe personal injuries and wrongful deaths are […]