I've been away for a while -- lawyer-shopping, learning facebook, fighting the good fight and getting spring gardening work done. Hope to be back here more often, now.
Just for grins, I started keeping my little "free" copy of the U.S. Constitution handy a coupla years ago -- AND I find myself re-reading it often -- now THAT's not been an item of interest to me in around four decades~! But it is NOW -- and it's something that more bureaucraps, Judges and lawyers should refer to -- more often than I do, since they seem to act with impunity in making up their OWN laws as they go along ~!
In response to the FDA's statement, the nonprofit Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) - the nation's largest group of health reporters - sent a strongly worded letter to the FDA, objecting to the administration's "highly unusual" new policy: "[This] restriction...rewrote a longstanding compact between reporters and various public and scientific organizations. It also hampered or delayed reporters' ability to fully inform the public about what the FDA is doing with taxpayers' money."
The group continued, "Reporters who want to be competitive on a story will essentially have to agree to write only what the FDA wants to tell the world, without analysis or outside commentary."
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/031768_FDA_journalists.html#ixzz1HAf3iDtk