MADISON, Wis.-- Wisconsin employers, including hospitals, nursing homes and other health care agencies, could no longer require workers to get flu shots under a bill pending in the Legislature.» Read More
MADISON, Wis.-- Wisconsin employers, including hospitals, nursing homes and other health care agencies, could no longer require workers to get flu shots under a bill pending in the Legislature.
1999: Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd receives FDA approval to market Plan B, the first emergency contraceptive drug for prescription-only use in the United States. 2005: Reproductive-rights groups file lawsuit in Brooklyn federal court seeking to force FDA to respond to their petition.
As governments struggle to balance massive budget deficits caused by the financial crisis, reports that big companies like Apple, Google and Vodafone pay minimal taxes in some big markets have sparked public protests in Europe and the United States. Tax authorities in France, Germany and Italy have even launched raids on some high-profile companies' offices.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron said he has serious concerns about new laws to regulate the media, risking a split in his coalition.
*Medtronic, Pew want final rule adopted before Jan. 1. WASHINGTON, Nov 28- A major U.S. medical device maker and a leading public interest group are urging the U.S. government to move quickly to adopt a new rule requiring manufacturers to disclose their financial ties to physicians and teaching hospitals.