The Government Printing Office web site apparently took down the publication after discovery of the mistake -- but the entire report is still available on the site of the Federation of American Scientists' Project on Government Secrecy.
NYT: "The goal is to open up a system in which the agency failed to inform the public that a widely prescribed heartburn drug was especially toxic to babies; that a diabetes medicine and a painkiller increased heart attack risks; and that antidepressants increased suicidal thoughts and behavior in children and teenagers."
The Mine Safety and Health Administration still denies FOIA requests, including one filed in Oct. 2008 by mine safety attorney Tony Oppegard for some witness statements.
"In the negotiations over the Waxman-Markey climate bill, Rep. Rick Boucher inserted a giant gift to the utility industry. It would create the Carbon Storage Research Corporation and funnel $10 billion to support the corporation over the next 10 years...."
Beaver may redeem the West from false landscapes of fast-flowing streams with open banks. They may not only return the land to what it was, but conserve water.
"Underwriters Laboratories, whose ubiquitous product-safety labels have made it household name for more than a century, is pushing hard to make a new name for itself as a global environmental-standards tester."
Two conservation groups filed a lawsuit challenging a National Fores logging project in Colorado that would impact the headwaters of the Rio Grande.
Various House committees will try to remake the climate bill in a shape favored by the interests they represent, before it faces more amendments on the floor this summer.
"A pair of federal judges will decide which states in the Northern Rockies have enough gray wolves to allow public hunting, as the bitter debate over the region's wolves heads to courts in Wyoming and Montana."
After a letter from key Congressmen, the FDA is reviewing its Bush-era decision that BPA, a chemical used in baby bottles and food containers, is safe.