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uk Global Banking News - 01 February 2013 Public Citizen, a public-interest organisation, has called on regulators to cancel the bank's federal depository insurance and right to do business.
However, nearly two-thirds of hospitals nationwide allow formula companies to market to new moms, Public Citizen says.
The cost of premiums can be considered a proxy for the total cost of medical malpractice litigation since it covers payments to victims, litigation defense costs, and insurers' profits and administrative costs, Public Citizen suggested.
18, in the wake of the American International Group bonus flap, consumer advocacy group Public Citizen took another crack at undermining the pending free-trade agreement with Panama.
The consumer advocacy group Public Citizen has asked a federal district court to force the FDA to act on the group's petition asking the agency to require a "black-box" warning on the product labels of a certain category of antibiotic drugs marketed in the United States.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and its affiliated Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) failed to report millions in taxable spending from 2000 to 2004 intended to influence state-level attorney general and supreme court races and federal races around the country, according to a Public Citizen complaint filed in October with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
This is just one case among many," says Travis Brown, an activist with both Public Citizen and the local group Neighbors for Neighbors.
That rationale hardly differs from the neo-Marxist rantings of Ralph Nader's Public Citizen and other so-called consumer activist groups demanding that the government tax oil companies' supposed windfall profits and that they set the price of fuel to prevent "gouging.