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The Government Accountability Project

Founded in 1977, The Government Accountability Project is the nation’s leading whistleblower protection and advocacy organization. Located in Washington, D.C., GAP is a nonpartisan, public interest group. In addition to focusing on whistleblower support in our stated program areas, they lead campaigns to enact whistleblower protection laws both domestically and internationally. GAP also conducts an accredited legal clinic for law students,

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Zimmer Knee Implant Subject To New Investigation

Sen. Grassley sent a letter to Zimmer Holdings requesting documents and other data in response to a recent article in the New York Times. That article contained allegations that Zimmer’s knee replacement device has a high failure rate. Read the New York Times article here. July 29, 2010 Via Electronic Transmission David C. Dvorak President and Chief Executive Officer Zimmer

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Ban Surgical Mesh Devices Says Public Citizen

Public Citizen, a non profit advocacy group founded by Ralph Nader, recently turned up the scrutiny of synthetic surgical mesh products used to treat a condition known as pelvic organ prolapse by urging the Food and Drug Administration to recall the devices. In a petition filed last Thursday, August 25, 2011, Public Citizen asked the FDA to order a recall

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Supreme Court Decision Huge Stumbling Block To Class-Action Lawsuits

The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a crushing blow to American consumers and employees, ruling that companies can ban class actions in the fine print of contracts. Whenever you sign a contract to get a cell phone, open a bank account or take a job, you may be giving up your right to hold companies accountable for fraud, discrimination or other

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Roundup Herbicide: Is It Really Safe?

It is Spring time and many are preparing their fields for their crops. They spray for weeds, till the ground and plant the seeds. They use a product, Roundup, that has been used since 1974, and never think twice about it potentially hurting their crops. Yet, in a recent plea to the Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, Dr. Don Huber,

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