This Petition Is Sponsored By A Group Of Concerned Citizens Called "Americans for Drug and Device Accountability"
(Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com)
In several earlier posts I have advocated that any application of the federal preemption doctrine to drug injury lawsuits would effectively eliminate a significant incentive for the drug company to ensure that its drug labels reflect accurate and up-to-date safety information, i.e., the possibility of failure-to-warn product liability litigation.
If you tend to agree with this position, you may be interested in signing an online petition titled "FDA Preemption = Bad Medicine". This petition is sponsored by Americans for Drug and Device Accountability, which describes itself as "a group of concerned citizens interested in protecting the civil rights of the American people".
The online petition form allows you an opportunity to add a Comment along with your signature. Please know that the voluntary contribution form which pops-up after you click the "Sign Petition" button can be closed and your signature will still be recorded for the petition. (Of course, you can contribute to the online form company, which is where the money would go, if you want.)
Finally, you should feel free to express your opinion about federal preemption in the context of drug injury cases here by submitting a Comment to this post.