The industry convinced Sen. Collins to add a provision that barred the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) from spending a cent to enforce its new safe rule to the $54B transportation bill in June 2014. The provision also required a new study of the issue. Only disaster prevented further disasters as trucking industry cheated system.
A recent letter to Congressman Jason Chaffetz, written by Holly Ennis of Ennis Law and various administrators of Essure Problems, contains an Essure investigation and congressional hearing request. The request is backed by a great deal of sound reasoning and good evidence. It is a long piece, compared to our usual stories on LegalReader, but it is an important piece and, therefore, is reproduced in its entirety below.
Mr. Smith pointed out that talc is even on a regulatory list of known or suspected carcinogens in California. However, Mr. Smith pointed out, J&J never warned women about this risk when its talc-containing products were used on or near their genitals. So, J&J faces second trial over talc ovarian cancer link.
Of the 1,200 cases in the multidistrict litigation (MDL) over a controversial intrauterine birth control device, the first two cases in Mirena MDL voluntarily dismissed. The plaintiffs, Jennifer Danley and Christie L. Hayes, were to go to trial on Monday. However, U.S. District Judge Cathy Seibel blocked almost all of the women’s expert witness testimony in early March. This caused an indefinite stay in the trials. Both cases were voluntarily dismissed with prejudice (the two women can never bring their claims again) on Wednesday (Hayes) and Thursday (Danley) last week.
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