As the first month of 2020 is nearly over, our continued vigilance toward consumer safety is stronger than ever. Thanks to those of you who contributed to the koalas last week. This week our theme is corporate accountability, and last week saw significant imposition of corporate accountability that should provide comfort to those of us who believe such will never happen. We invite you to please share with anyone you might know who may be able to help us prevent even just one catastrophe.
~ Jason Ochs
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The DOJ and Corporate-Corruption Accountability
Last week the first of what is anticipated to be many, corporate executives were sent to federal prison, and fined millions of dollars, for their role in bribery kick-back schemes pushing highly potent opioid drugs. Also, the Wells Fargo exec behind the scam bank accounts, was also held responsible to the tune of multiple millions of dollars. Is the corporate-accountability tide changing? Listen to our podcast here: https://bit.ly/2S056xr
Childhood Obesity in America is at an All-Time High
At a time when American children are the most overweight in the world, the Agricultural Department, in charge of public school lunches across America, proposed news rules last week that are likely to be implemented. Are the new rules looking out after our children or lobbying groups seeking to profit? You decide. Listen and share our podcast here: https://bit.ly/2RBN8lU
Weight Loss Drugs and the Long History of Danger
Last week another popular weight loss drug came under FDA scrutiny as possibly being linked to cancer. Weight loss drugs have a long and dangerous history in the US, and we examine that history in this one-of-a-kind podcast. Listen and share here: https://bit.ly/2O6iOOa
We continue to bring awareness throughout the state regarding sex trafficking. The Ochs Law Firm is partnering with non-profit organizations across the state who are dedicated to stopping this abhorrent behavior. We are providing free legal counsel to any victims of sex trafficking and welcome the opportunity to educate your community about ways to combat this crisis. Simply go to Wyominghealthwatch.com and email us. All emails are confidential.