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Click on these important issues to make your voice heard in Washington:
Act Now to Protect Americans from Dangerous Foreign Products
Foreign manufacturers flood their products into our markets with little or no responsibility for their quality. Too often, these products have proved to be dangerously defective.
Tell Congress To Stop Letting Corporations Hide Behind Secrecy Agreements
Do you know if your household products are defective and could cause injury to you or your family? Are your medicines doing more harm than good? Are the toys you are buying safe?
Supreme Court Rules On Riegel v. Medtronic
Bureaucratic Activism: FDA Ignores Congress to Let Drug Companies Off the Hook
The Supreme Court issued a crucial decision on the issue of preemption yesterday. This decision severely limits the rights of people to receive justice through the legal system when they are injured by the negligence or misconduct of others.
Last month, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new rule which directly contradicts legislation passed just last September by Congress to make our drugs safer.
Sexual Assault Victim's Case Forced Into Secretive Arbitration By Halliburton/KBR
Over the past few months, we have been following the case of Jamie Leigh Jones and her fight to hold Halliburton/KBR accountable for their negligence. Another employee, Tracy Barker, is also trying to hold them accountable.