The US Senate just scored a major victory for America’Â€Â™s drug dealers.
I’Â€Â™m not talking about the “dope boys"Â€Â pushing nickels and dimes on the corner. I’Â€Â™m talking about the nation’Â€Â™s REAL drug dealers. The big ballers – the major pharmaceutical companies who raked in over $600 billion in global prescription drug spending in 2006.
On May 9, the Senate passed a bill that, according to The New York Times,
gives the Food and Drug Administration sweeping new power to police drug safety, order changes in drug labels, regulate advertising and restrict the use and distribution of medicines found to pose serious risks to consumers. Continue reading