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S12rs Sgr No. 8 (Smoking Receptacles), Bostick Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 8 (Smoking Receptacles), Bostick

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

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S12rs Sgr No. 24 (Hb 407), Taylor, Guarisco, Caffarel Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 24 (Hb 407), Taylor, Guarisco, Caffarel

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

No abstract provided.


S12rs Sgr No. 15 (Bike Safety), Wyatt Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 15 (Bike Safety), Wyatt

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

No abstract provided.


S12rs Sgr No. 5 (Traffic Lights), Pace Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 5 (Traffic Lights), Pace

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

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S12rs Sgr No. 4 (Campus Transit Finals), Westbrook, Taylor Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 4 (Campus Transit Finals), Westbrook, Taylor

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

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Slides: Natural Gas: Game Changer Or Runner Left On Base? Working To Get It Right In Co!, Gary Graham Jan 2012

Slides: Natural Gas: Game Changer Or Runner Left On Base? Working To Get It Right In Co!, Gary Graham

Drawing the Blueprint for a Sustainable Natural Gas Future (January 18)

Presenter: Dr. Gary Graham, Director, Lands Program, Western Resource Advocates

21 slides


Slides: Current And Proposed Research Activities Addressing Health, Environmental, Economic, And Political Issues Related To Natural Gas Development, University Of Colorado. School Of Public Health. Department Of Environmental And Occupational Health Jan 2012

Slides: Current And Proposed Research Activities Addressing Health, Environmental, Economic, And Political Issues Related To Natural Gas Development, University Of Colorado. School Of Public Health. Department Of Environmental And Occupational Health

Drawing the Blueprint for a Sustainable Natural Gas Future (January 18)

Presenter: Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, University of Colorado School of Public Health

20 slides


Technology Drives The Law: A Foreword To Trends And Issues In Techology & The Law, Ralph D. Clifford Jan 2012

Technology Drives The Law: A Foreword To Trends And Issues In Techology & The Law, Ralph D. Clifford

Faculty Publications

Technology has always been a motivating force of change in the law. The creation of new machines and development of novel methods of achieving goals force the law to adapt with new and responsive rules. This is particularly true whenever a new technology transforms society. Whether it is increasing industrialization or computerization, pre-existing legal concepts rarely survive the transition unaltered - new prescriptions are announced while old ones disappear.


Leaving The Fda Behind: Pharmaceutical Outsourcing And Drug Safety, Chenglin Liu Jan 2012

Leaving The Fda Behind: Pharmaceutical Outsourcing And Drug Safety, Chenglin Liu

Faculty Articles

During the 2008 heparin crisis, a tainted blood-thinning drug imported from China caused the deaths of at least eighty people in the United States. However, despite the Food and Drug Administration’s (“FDA”) reactive measures, the American regulatory framework for drug safety remains largely unchanged. Currently, about 80% of active pharmaceutical ingredients, 40% of finished drugs, and 50% of all medical devices used in the United States are imported from over 100 countries. With the growth of product outsourcing, pharmaceutical companies in the United States have stopped manufacturing many essential medicines. Nevertheless, the FDA’s foreign inspections have lagged. It ...


Player Safety In Youth Sports: Sportsmanship And Respect As An Injury Prevention Strategy, Douglas E. Abrams Jan 2012

Player Safety In Youth Sports: Sportsmanship And Respect As An Injury Prevention Strategy, Douglas E. Abrams

Faculty Publications

Preventing avoidable injury is the first obligation of adults who conduct and supervise youth sports events. The law plays only a limited role because lawsuits occur only after the injury. As the behavior of many parents and coaches has deteriorated, national youth sports governing bodies have produced materials that cast adults as role models and urge them to teach and practice sportsmanship and respect. These bodies should now recast these useful citizenship-based adult-education materials to stress also that adherence to sportsmanship and respect helps prevent injuries that can occur when adults acting irresponsibly neutralize national safety standards. Protective equipment is ...