Rosetta stone for FDA regs and climate change will hurt

11/12/2013 08:45:00 AM
Tom Karst

Tom KarstThe Food and Drug Administration has published links for foreign language translations of food safety regulation documents and resources. Find the home page for these links here.

 Key FDA documents are translated into Spanish, French and nine other languages.

While it may be a little late in the comment period for these translations to be offered, the FDA deserves some praise for making these translations available.

On the minus side of the equation, I tried to pull up the www.regulations.gov website today and it was down. That is the second time in less than a week that I have tried to pull up www.regulations.gov and been unable to do so. Better than Obamacare's website, yes,  but not good enough...

 

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Per Drudge Report, a blog site critical of global warming science has leaked a 29-page Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change assessment of the impact of climate change.

Find the report here.

 Skeptics be damned, the report says climate change may negatively effect crop yields from 0% to 2% every decade for the rest of the century.

The leaked report has found favorable coverage in The New Yorker and The Los Angeles Times.



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