Here’s the inside scoop on Mexico’s drug war.
And why is Paul Tagliabue still being paid millions by the NFL? Patrick Hruby writes for Sports On Earth.com. His recent article in Politico is entitled “The National Freeloader League.” Patrick not only accuses the NFL of not paying taxes, he also says football teams drain local economies creating low paying jobs while taxpayers subsidize stadiums they can’t afford to step foot in in. He says the NFL socializes the risk and privatizes the profits. Originally broadcast on the David Feldman Show.
A ten-year study conducted by the Food And Drug Administration concluded that 18 antibiotics used in animal feed posed a “high risk” for developing anti bacterial resistant superbugs, which can make their way into humans. The FDA withheld the findings but through the Freedom Of Information Act, the Natural Resources Defense Council got its hands on the study and is making it public this week.
Avinash Kar is one of the attorneys with the Natural Resources Defense Council who sued for the release of the FDA study and he joins us from Washington DC.
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