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Court Rejects Agent Orange Lawsuits

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As we know, the Vietnam war should never have happened. It cost tax payers $billions, millions of lives killed, millions more injured and the price is still being paid. In the documentary film the Fog of War, US Defense Secretary Robert McNamara admitted the USA got it wrong- he said "We thought the war was about the spread of communism- we didn't understand the reasons why the Vietnamese were fighting which was trying to get foreigners (French and Americans) out of their country". That idiot thinking cost millions of people much suffering. And George Bush of course ignored those lessons.And now the USA have ...
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The other two suits were filed by U.S. veterans who got sick too late to claim a piece of the $180 million settlement with makers of the chemical in 1984. In 2006, the Supreme Court deadlocked 4-4 on whether those lawsuits could proceed. Guess if you die after the “Deadline”.. …. WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court has turned down American and Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange who wanted to pursue lawsuits against companies that made the toxic chemical defoliant used in the Vietnam War. The justices offer no comment on their action Monday, rejecting appeals in three separate cases, in favor of Dow Chemical, ... market research, surveys and trends
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Is modern society too litigious? Or is compensation awarded judiciously? A legal expert and an economist reach different verdicts. When a customer sued McDonald's over spilled coffee and received a jury award of $2.9 million, it was--as Duke economist Kip Viscusi rather dryly puts it--"the kind of thing that captures public attention." The woman had sued for damages after she accidentally poured hot coffee on her lap. On appeal, a judge reduced the award to $640,000. To Viscusi, the idea that judges are "going to second-guess everything juries do" reflects a legal system in disarray. But that's ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Agent Orange's lethal legacy: For U.S., a record of neglect : DMZ ...
on the toxic legacy of the U.S. military’s use of Agent Orange in Vietnam.  The nightmarish health effects have haunted generations of Vietnamese and U.S. soldiers and their families.   As a main staging base for air operations in Vietnam, Guam is also heavily contaminated with Agent Orange.    There is a shameful link to Hawai’i as well.  Agent Orange was secretly tested in Hawai’i by University of Hawai’i agricultural researchers. Although the defoliant was a military project, research programs were funded through the Department of Agriculture.   Two UH workers who were drenched with Agent Orange as ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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During the primary season of a Presidential election, the state of Iowa is known as the place where candidates begin the long and grueling campaign toward a possible spot in the White House. A good showing in the Iowa Caucus can propel a candidate to success in other primaries or caucuses in other states and ultimately help him or her win the party nomination for the general election. There will be no campaigning in the Hawkeye State, though, just plenty of racing as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heads to Iowa Speedway in Newton for Sunday's Lucas Oil 200 presented by SPEED on Mediacom. And, like election season, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
HORNADAY: Lands Seven-Race EZ-GO Sponsorship
E-Z-GO, a Textron Company, has announced that it will sponsor the No. 33 Chevrolet Silverado driven by veteran NASCAR driver Ron Hornaday and owned by Kevin Harvick Inc. in seven NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races through the remainder of the 2010 season. The Silverado will promote E-Z-GO's first street-legal vehicle, the E-Z-GO 2Five, now available at select dealerships across the country. The 2Five has a top speed of up to 25 mph and can be titled and operated by licensed drivers on most public roads with posted speed limits of 35 mph or less. "We are excited to grow our partnership with Kevin Harvick Inc. and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


AL July 09 Newsletter
High Court Rejects Agent Orange Case. The Supreme Court turned down American and Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange who wanted to pursue lawsuits against ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
District Court Rejects Hercules - CleanupNews Issue #20S1
byproduct of the manufacture of Agent Orange, which Hercules produced for DOD ..... further cleanup options for the three sites challenged in the lawsuit: ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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