Regulatory Practice

3 ABA Journal Regulatory Practice articles.

Cure or Con? Health products touted on social media are slipping by regulators

Social media offers cheap and targeted advertising that regulators don’t have the time or resources to fully monitor. Deceptive health claims that would land a company in court if made on television or radio are slipping by online.

Should the federal government decriminalize marijuana in states where it’s legal? ABA House says yes
Congress should address the conflict between federal and state marijuana laws, the ABA House of Delegates declared on Monday.
May 9, 1960: FDA approves first birth control pill

When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration was asked to approve Enovid for contraception, the “birth control pill” had already proved highly effective. But with legal and moral objections, a regulatory storm was gathering.




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