Meet Bray Patrick-Lake, a 39-year-old mother of two and director of a Colorado nonprofit serving the homeless. In 2008, she... View ArticleContinue reading
Here at Real Time we are beginning to dig into examples of secret data--data the government collects, that could affect our health and safety, but we, the public, can't see.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a treasure house of data on the safety and efficacy of prescription drugs. Before a drug company can market a product in this country, it must first submit a plan to test the drug. Agency scientists review and analyze the results once they are submitted. Yet it's not always easy to get your hands on this information.
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Some open government/transparency posts from around the web: The Food and Drug Administration, in conjunction with their Transparency Task Force,... View ArticleContinue reading
Following up on President Obama’s January 21 memo requiring agencies to promote transparency and openness, the Food and Drug Administration... View ArticleContinue reading