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Media's Malpractice in Coverage of ImClone
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Media's Malpractice in Coverage of ImClone

BY Matt Kibbe

The timing of your June 3 editorial "Erbitux and the Press" was wonderful, running exactly one year from the day my surgeon declared my body cancer-free. During the winter of 2002 I had the unique experience of watching the press commit mass journalistic malpractice on ImClone as I watched television and read newspapers while lying on my hospital bed undergoing chemotherapy. Regardless of whom Martha Stewart talked to before she sold, the real crime was the lost potential and lost lives caused by the FDA's bureaucratic delays of a cancer treatment with real promise. But no serious reporter, save those at the Journal's editorial page, even thought to ask the right questions.

06/06/2003
Exxon Mobil Defeats Activists On Resolutions gn Due to the Latest Outbreak
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Exxon Mobil Defeats Activists On Resolutions gn Due to the Latest Outbreak

BY Susan Warren

DALLAS -- Exxon Mobil Corp. shareholders soundly voted down a slew of social and environmental resolutions, as the big energy company countered activists' protests with some grandstanding of its own. Succumbing to defeat at the annual meeting were shareholder resolutions that challenged Exxon Mobil, the world's largest publicly traded oil company, on issues such as global warming, corporate accountability and gay rights.

05/29/2003
Rule of Law: Damage Control
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Rule of Law: Damage Control

BY C. Boyden Gray

ABSTRACT: Citizens for a Sound Economy chairman C Boyden Gray article asserts Supreme Court hearing of arguments for Campbell v State Farm will have important implications for tort system reform; asserts case has 'promise of restoring a sense of rationality to the legal system' (M)

12/11/2002
RULE OF LAW: DAMAGE CONTROL
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RULE OF LAW: DAMAGE CONTROL

BY C BOYDEN GRAY

ABSTRACT: Citizens for a Sound Economy chairman C Boyden Gray article asserts Supreme Court hearing of arguments for Campbell v State Farm will have important implications for tort system reform; asserts case has 'promise of restoring a sense of rationality to the legal system' (M) LOAD-DATE: December 13, 2002

12/11/2002

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