The Common Good

Sick of Drug Companies' Corporate Influence?

w5fpwem56m w5h2kbxnzs Is the U.S. finally sick and tired of a corporate-dominated trade agenda that is making people around the world sick? For years, representatives from corporations have overwhelmingly dominated the influential, government-run groups that feed suggestions to our country's international trade agreement negotiators. Eli Lilly, Dow, and Pfizer, for example, have employees sitting on the trade committee that suggests pharmaceutical negotiating points

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