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Daily Archives: September 15, 2011

Rick Perry Does an About-Face on Tort Reform

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On Monday, presidential hopeful Rick Perry participated in a CNN debate in which he disregarded his former stance against a national tort reform. In a November 2010 interview, the Texas governor said, “One of the reasons why I was never … LEARN MORE


Sprint Offers App to Disable Phone While Driving

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Sprint is offering an app for their Android phones that they hope will prevent distracted driving that stems from cell phone use, according to news sources. The app, called Drive First, will be available to Blackberry phone soon, and currently … LEARN MORE


Truckers to be Banned from Cell Phone Use?

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According to recent news reports, the National Transportation Safety Board has recommended that commercial truck drivers be banned from using cell phones while driving, including hands-free devices. The recommendation comes after news that a Kentucky driver whose fatal crash killed … LEARN MORE


Teen Driving Safety Tips

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Car crashes are still the leading cause of death for United States teenagers. According to the National Highway Safety Administration, teens take a different approach to driving. They are more likely to take risks on the road that might jeopardize … LEARN MORE


Undeclared Allergen Prompts Salad Roll Recall

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BUI Natural Tofu has issued a recall for their salad rolls due to the presence of undeclared allergens, according to news sources. Wheat and soy were found in products that did not reflect those ingredients on its label. The Department … LEARN MORE


CPSC to Educate Toy Makers About Safety

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission is preparing a campaign that will educate toy makers about new rules regarding the safety of toys, according to news sources. The new regulations were passed July 20 and will go into effect December 31, … LEARN MORE


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