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Predictable Problems in the FDA Annual Report

By | Bill Wenzel
Antibiotics Program Director

Not only did the FDA’s voluntary Guidance for Industry #213 not lower the sale and use of antibiotics for food-producing animals, these sales actually increased 4%.

The Phantom, and Other Menaces

By | Anya Vanecek
Public Health Digital Campaigner

In the midst of warnings that the post-antibiotic era is quickly approaching, we see evidence that it has already arrived.

Pulling a FAST one on our Transportation Future

By | Sean Doyle
Transportation Digital Organizer

For the first time in a decade, and after roughly three dozen short-term extensions, Congress has pulled together and passed a transportation-funding law lasting longer than two years. There is only one problem: the new law is the wrong deal for the country.

We're still a year away from the 2016 presidential election, but we've already seen massive fundraising numbers coming from Super PACs and outside groups. Here are a few ways you can fight big money politics right now.

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