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Pfizer Recalls 28 Lots of Birth Control Pills
Pfizer has issued a recall of 28 lots of two types of birth control pills due to problems with the ingredients and sequence of the medication. The recall covers Lo/Ovral-28 Tablets and Norgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol Tablets. The company said the daily dosage of the contraceptives could be incorrect, leaving women at risk for pregnancy, although no health-related risks are present. David Sell, Philadelphia Inquirer 02/01/2012
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Maker of Brazilian Blowout Settles Suit with California
GIB, the creator of the Brazilian Blowout hair-straightening treatment, has agreed to a settlement with the state of California over potential harmful gasses in the product. In the settlement, the company agreed to post a warning on the products, saying the solutions “will expose you to formaldehyde [gas], a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer.” The state filed the lawsuit in 2010 after tests showed the presence of the formaldehyde gas. Matt Stevens, LA Times 01/31/2012
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Suit: Religious Teacher Abused Boy in 1980s
A North Texas man has filed a lawsuit against a religion teacher at Nolan High School who allegedly sexually abused him as a child. According to the suit, the teacher, who is also a priest at a Fort Worth church, abused the man from 1982 to 1987 while he was a minor. The plaintiff also alleges the Fort Worth Catholic Diocese conspired with others to cover up the abuse. Lois Norder, Ft. Worth Star Telegram 01/31/2012
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NFL Suits Over Concussions Combined in Philly
Four lawsuits filed against the NFL by current and former players over concussions will be consolidated, a judicial panel ruled this week. The suits, which will be tried in Philadelphia, claim the NFL “deliberately hid critical information about the dangers of concussions and hits to the head.” The New York Times reports there are more than a dozen more suits filed against the NFL with similar claims that may be combined with the current suit. Ken Belson, The New York Times 01/31/2012
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Mother Files Suit Against Jail over Son’s Death
A Kentucky woman has filed a lawsuit against jail employees at the Fayette County Detention Center over the death of her son last June. The lawsuit claims jail employees failed to give the man “timely medical treatment, including medicine that was prescribed to treat a congenital heart condition.” The woman claims she advised several jail officials of her son’s deteriorating condition, but “they refused to obtain his medication” or allow her to bring it to the jail. Valarie Honeycutt Spears, Lexington Herald-Leader 02/01/2012
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Indiana Title IX Lawsuit Revived by Appeals Court
A Title IX lawsuit in Indiana has been revived by a court of appeals, the Indianapolis Star reports. The lawsuit targets the scheduling of boys and girls athletic events in Franklin County, claiming that male teams play 95 percent of their games at night, prior to a day without school, while girls play less than 53 percent of their games in similar situations. Franklin County athletic director Beth Foster said she has attempted to adjust the disparity, but other athletic directors have refused. Nat Newell, Indianapolis Star 02/01/2012
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Honda to Pay in Small Claims Court over Civic MPG
A California woman has been awarded $9,867 in a lawsuit she filed against Honda Motor Co. in small claims court over the company’s claim that the Honda Civic hybrid gets 50 miles to the gallon. In her suit, the woman claimed that the car never got more than 40 or 41 miles to the gallon, and that a software update to the vehicle dropped the fuel economy even more. The woman said she filed the suit in small claims court “to prevent Honda from bringing a highly paid legal team to the battle,” which would be prohibited under California law. Jerry Hirsch, LA Times 02/01/2012
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