Homeland Security Provision Bars Lawsuits Against Drug Maker
A last-minute addition to the Homeland Security Act effectively cancels more than 200 lawsuits against drug maker Eli Lilly. The cases involve children whose autism may be tied to a vaccine developed by Lilly. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.
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