Factoring PTSD Into Discharge Decisions

Some months ago, we covered a topic that many readers may have found disturbing. It dealt with the military and what is known as “bad paper.” That is, being discharged from the military under less than favorable circumstances, or dishonorable discharge. At the time, upwards of 10 percent of post-9/11 veterans were found to have...
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Drugmakers Face Lawsuits For Irresponsible Practices And Deceptive Actions

Two California counties file a lawsuit against five pharmaceutical companies It was May 21, 2014, when news broke that two California counties were suing five narcotics manufacturers:  Actavis, Endo Health Solutions Inc., Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Purdue Pharma, and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries’ Cephalon Inc. The two counties are Santa Clara and Orange and according...
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Reservation Sues Major Beer Companies

Alcohol is extremely addictive and has the ability to not only tear families apart but even entire communities. Who is responsible is the question? An American Indian tribe in South Dakota is demanding $500 million in damages, in a suit against beer manufacturers. They are alleging the companies knowingly contributed to alcohol-related problems on the...
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