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Mattel Recall – Round Two

08/14/2007
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Two weeks after their toy recall involving more than 1 million toys worldwide, Mattel is smack dab in the middle of it’s second voluntary recall. This time, the number is even greater, as the recall encompasses 9 million toys, including Polly Pockets, Batman, a “Cars” movie toy and even the […]

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Another Recall – This Time It’s Toothpaste

08/13/2007
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Gilchrist & Soames, the leading supplier of toiletries for hotels announced earlier today that it is recalling tubes of toothpaste, which are commonly provided, free of charge, to guests in many hotels and resorts. The toothpaste, which is made in China, is being recalled after tests showed that it may […]

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Chicago Petition-Signers Organize to Fight Indiana Permit to Dump More Pollutants into Lake Michigan

08/7/2007
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They don’t actually live in Indiana – they live in neighboring Illinois. But 45,000 conservation advocates have signed petitions asking Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels to be a good neighbor and rescind permission granted a BP refinery to dump additional pollutants into their common back yard, Lake Michigan. (http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/31) The brouhaha […]

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Publix to Offer Seven Free Drugs

08/6/2007
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Publix Supermarkets will begin offering seven common prescription drugs for free, regardless of the health insurance carrier for the customer. In a move that raises the bar toward more available and affordable health care for all citizens, Publix will provide the following oral medications at no charge: Amoxicillin, Cephalexin, Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim […]

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Injured Victims Without a Voice

08/6/2007
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I was driving to work this morning and heard the tale of a puppy found suffering after someone poured hot oil on him and left him to suffer to death. What sort of low-life does it take to torture an innocent, defenseless, animal? What should the penalty be for this […]

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Yet Another Recall: Ford Just Recalled 3.6 Million Vehicles

08/3/2007
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Apparently fires have been linked to faulty cruise control systems in a variety of Ford’s vehicles, including: Ford Ranger, Explorer, Taurus, a number of their van models, pick up models, Lincoln Mercury vehicles, and a number of other models. The model years range from 1992 to 2007; leading one to […]

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The No Fault Debate in Florida

08/3/2007
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Florida’s “No Fault” insurance statute is nearing expiration. Should it be renewed; should it be allowed to “sunset”; should it be modified? The Florida legislature has an opportunity to not only take the correct action, but an opportunity to improve on the no fault system altogether. The controversy about eliminating […]

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Minneapolis Bridge Failure Leaves More Than Nine Dead

08/2/2007
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It is a monumental tragedy; there is simply no other way to describe it. Motorists were driving across interstate 35 yesterday when, without warning, the bridge began to fall apart under their cars and plunged dozens of cars into the muddy Mississippi river. When it opened 45 years ago, the […]

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