As far back as 1971, Johnson & Johnson had evidence its baby powder had been testing positive for asbestos. Instead of warning the public, the company tried hiding the evidence, threatened scientists, researchers and medical professionals with lawsuits, and got the government to do its bidding.
I need to make one thing clear: no one’s health insurance is in immediate jeopardy. Still, the Affordable Care Act is now facing its biggest threat. The possibility that 20 million insured Americans will lose their coverage is now real. There is a chance those with preexisting conditions will no longer have the opportunity to purchase coverage. Children under the age of 26 currently getting insurance from their parents’s policy could soon be uninsured.
On Friday, it was announced that Officer Ron Helus, who died at the mass shooting at the Borderline bar, was killed by another police officer. According to the medical report, Officer Helus was shot six times, but the fatal round was fired by a member of the California Highway Patrol.
This personal update has news about: my job; home improvements; exercise; Ufi; and Mr. Rogers.
Today’s news updates include: cops indicted for beating a cop; a former cop indicted for murder; possible fraud in a North Carolina Congressional election; and the new NAFTA.