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Don’t Call It a Comeback: Thanks To an Unlikely Coalition, Measles is Back and at the Center of a Debate Over Mandatory Vaccinations
On February 10, 2015 By Travis Gray February 8, 2015
During the days of Prohibition, an unlikely coalition formed between bootleggers and Baptist. Both groups supported the Eighteenth Amendment, albeit for very different reasons. Baptist saw alcohol as a vile intoxicant that ruined families; bootleggers were able to exact higher prices for their illicit liquor without competition from legal retailers.
Today, another unlikely coalition is [...]Continue Reading →
In a number of recent cases, the Supreme Court has taken on the pharmaceutical industry, resulting in decisions with important implications for plaintiffs, drug manufacturers, and Americans who purchase pharmaceutical drugs.
On February 22, the Court held in Bruesewitz et al. v. Wyeth Inc. that the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, [...]Continue Reading →
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