I thought it was considered an "antibacterial". I've learned something but can't edit my post (the point of which remains intact) else I would. Thanks.
The bigger problem is antibiotic use on farms, and the FDA's recent toothless rules ( http://theweek.com/article/index/254057/why-the-fdas-new-antibiotic-rules-fall-short ) rely on the farmers who use them to mediate the results of cruel conditions (overcrowding, etc) and the companies who sell them to voluntarily cut back on their use. Good luck with that.
Meantime they hit hard on Purell users. Bah.
In the US, To be taxed at the lower rate, it must be classified as "long-term" - I.e. the asset must be held for at least a year before it's sold. Other (short-term) gains are taxed at the same rate as income.
Jeez, don't they have anything better to do? (actually their spending time on this is probably safer in the long run than whatever else they would be working towards)
If it were such a nuisance to consumers, the airlines would offer "no-talking" flights or sections. Everything doesn't have to be legislated.
What a dolt.
You don't own the phone lines, either, or the Postal Service, right? But (landline) phone calls, and (snail-) mailed correspondence are long understood to have First and Fourth Amendment protections.
... and other idiots
How is it the business of government to be directed by the public to use force to coerce a company and CEO to not engage in a mutually acceptable transaction that is - other than this particular arbitrary delineation - legal?
A CEO has never been fired by a vote? If it includes proxies for shareholders, it counts.
When the company's not "above average" it's pretty common for someone to organize the stockholders and vote them out. And doing a "good job" of what? If neither the people getting paid and the people paying them (stockholders) are complaining, who's harmed?
Yes, we should make them answerable, and their wages approvable, by the people who own the company and who profit or lose by its success! Oh wait, they already do that.
A corp doesn't have to choose - in close campaigns the big ones donate to both so they're owed regardless of the outcome
He designed BSD?
Yeah, I got that - but for double entendre to work, both, umm, entendres have to make sense
Well, the package *is* the box. Probably you meant the size of the contents, but that's not really suitably insertion-imagery-inducing.