Blog Posts in June, 2016

  • FDA Recalls Are Too Slow & Require ‘Immediate Attention,’ Report Found

    A government report found the FDA is too slow to recall dangerous foods, putting consumers at serious risk of harm. The report – released earlier this month – stated the FDA doesn’t have standardized policies in place to make sure voluntary food recalls are timely. Issued by Inspector General Daniel R. Levinson from the United States Department of Health and Human Services, the report described ...
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  • Appeals Court Reverses District Court Decision in Electrocution Death Case

    The Kansas Court of Appeals has ruled that a district court judge was too quick to absolve the city of Salina of negligence in the electrocution death of a young girl back in 2013, reversing the original decision and ordering it back to the Saline County District Court. This likely means that the civil case brought against the city of Salina by the girl’s parents will be decided by a jury. The ...
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