Food and Drug Administration

Legal Beat

Juul can keep selling e-cigarettes as court blocks FDA ban – Associated Press

Juul can continue to sell its electronic cigarettes, at least for now, after a federal appeals court on Friday temporarily blocked a government ban. Juul filed an emergency motion earlier Friday, seeking the temporary hold while it appeals the sales ban. The e-cigarette maker had asked the court to pause what it called an “extraordinary

Politics

Congress Wastes Millions More, Turns Back on Moms – Rep. Paul Gosar

Image by joffi from Pixabay There’s been a severe national shortage on baby formula that Joe Biden and his dilettante administrators have known about for seven months but ignored. They created this problem and appear to not care less about it. The shortage was caused by a formula recall of a nutrition formula plant dating

Opinion

Opinion: The FDA’s Tobacco and Nicotine Policy Is in Disarray – Inside Sources

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), led at the time by then-Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, published a regulatory plan in July 2017 to reduce tobacco-related disease and death. Gottlieb proudly announced that “envisioning a world where cigarettes would no longer create or sustain addiction, and where adults who still need or want nicotine could get it from

Biden Administration

Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

President Joe Biden on Friday chose Dr. Robert Califf, a former Food and Drug Administration commissioner and prominent medical researcher, to again lead the powerful regulatory agency. Califf’s nomination comes after months of concern that the agency near the center of the government’s COVID-19 response has lacked a permanent leader. More than a half-dozen names

COVID-19

US panel backs COVID-19 boosters only for seniors, high-risk

Dealing the White House a stinging setback, a government advisory panel overwhelmingly rejected a plan Friday to give Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots across the board, and instead endorsed the extra vaccine dose only for those who are 65 or older or run a high risk of severe disease. The twin votes represented a heavy blow

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