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Congress Enters the Terri Schiavo Debate | Morally Bankrupt Legislation | Overweight Kids

by WS Editors | Apr 1, 2005 | Legal Affairs

Out of Town—But not soon enough? Just when we were exclaiming “at last!” as the 109th Congress was fleeing the Capitol for a two-week Easter recess, some hard-line Republican conservatives, led by Representative Tom Delay of Texas, maneuvered themselves into the life-or-death case of Terri Schiavo. She is the 41-year-old Florida woman now in her […]

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Drug Company Deceptions | “News That Could Be Verse”

by WS Editors | Oct 1, 2004 | Environment, Legal Affairs

Ask the Internet—“Ask your doctor” is the pitch promoted in all those TV prescription-drug ads. But your doctor may have been influenced to prescribe certain high-priced drugs by the industry’s big-bucks wooing of the medical profession. Among other things, that includes giving doctors free, give-away patient samples of purple pills to encourage expensive drugstore purchases […]

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