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Companies who make generic drugs are not allowed to change their warning label if a new problem is found with the drug. However, brand-name drugs are required to change their warning label if a new problem is found with the drug, states Ring of Fire Radio.
The FDA was supposed to issue new rules last year to make generic drugs safer for consumers and change their regulations. However, so far, they’ve failed to take any action, which is leaving patients at risk and lets pharmaceutical companies go free.
Here, Farron Cousins discusses this with attorney Howard Nations.
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Ring of Fire Radio claims that only the worst winemakers are worried about the arsenic lawsuit.
The lawsuit was filed in California against some wineries for having high arsenic levels in their wines. Some of these include huge-selling wines by Menage A Trois, Sutter Home, Beringer and Fetzer.
Ring of Fire claims the “bottom feeders” in the wine industry have taken advantage of the increased popularity of wine as they cut corners to raise their profits. Lawyer Mike Papantonio discusses the dangers inside cheap wines with attorney Mike Burg.
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Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were instrumental in showing us how dysfunctional the corporate news has become.
They are both moving on, and a void has been created that needs to be filled with the same kind of poignant broadcasting that will keep young viewers interested in the world.
Lawyer Mike Papantonio discusses this with Lee Camp, who is doing similar work on his show Redacted Tonight on RT, found at rt.com.
Mike Papantonio and Sam Seder discuss how the majority of mainstream U.S. media has been essentially null in the discussion of climate change or other issues.
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According to euronews, police in Rome recently have broken up a mafia drug ring arresting 26 people and seizing more than 600kg of cocaine and hashish. Those arrested were members of the infamous Ndrangheta mob group.
Anti-mafia magistrate Michele Prestipino says the Rome marketplace is strategic and helps mafia clans to accumulate criminal, political, and economic power.
A Brooklyn photographer has a video of a New York City Police officer arresting him and claiming that a two-finger ring he was wearing was actually brass knuckles.
According to Andre Perry, two undercover officers approached him at Union Station in November, and told him that his ring was considered a deadly weapon.
In a post on Facebook, Perry explained that he was handcuffed, and detained overnight.
“It made me very upset when I was being held in jail. I was sitting next to people who actually committed crimes. I bought this ring with the intent of wearing it as jewelry. I’ve been wearing it for over a year, and never had a problem, Perry told DNA info in New York.
Perry said that he had bought the ring at a Williamsburg flea market. It is marketed by Dallas & Dynasty as a $30 fashion accessory.
The photographer, who shot ads for Reebok, Brooklyn Circus and Nordstrom, is now facing charges for two counts of criminal possession of a weapon.