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  •  Re: S. Brown's campaign donation from NECC... (4+ / 0-)

    The consequences of the lax regulation lobbied for by the Pharmacy Compounding Industry, including NECC has become apparent to everyone.  

    Yet, a few months ago, Scott Brown signed a letter demanding one of the priorities advocated by the compounding pharmacy industry’s lobby

    Six weeks after that letter was written...

    ...Gregory Conigliaro, a co-owner of the New England Compounding Center in Framingham, and his wife threw a fund-raising event for Brown...at their home in Southborough. Brown’s campaign said he has received about $10,000 from the firm’s executives and relatives...

    Brown says there was no relationship between his support of the compounding pharmacy industry's lobby priorities and the donation.  But, oddly enough....

    ...Brown’s campaign said he has received about $10,000 from the firm’s executives and relatives, which he donated to charity this week after the outbreak...
     

    and http://www.bostonglobe.com/...

    •  Fancy parties, expensive clothes and drink all the (0+ / 0-)

      while their livelihood was festering back at the plant for want of soap and Clorox.  LAZY, LAZY, LAZY SOBs.

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