1 hr 25 min

CCAs Black Law and Legal Lies

    • Society & Culture

Ann finally saw What the Health on Netflix after about 30 years. We discuss Commonsense Consumption Acts (CCAs) and how they essentially protect food makers from product liability. These laws are said to have been put in place to prevent frivolous lawsuits, even though there was already legislation in place specifically for frivolous suits. We also talk about how not being educated about nutrition often leads people to poor dietary choices. 

Keep up with us on social media!  
Twitter: @BlackLawPodcast
IG: @BlackLawPodcast
Facebook: @BlackLawPodcast
On the web: www.BlackLawPodcast.com

Dan
Twitter: @iAmDanOnDrugs
IG: @iAmDanOnDrugs

Ann
Twitter: @iTellLegalLies


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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blacklawpodcast/support

Ann finally saw What the Health on Netflix after about 30 years. We discuss Commonsense Consumption Acts (CCAs) and how they essentially protect food makers from product liability. These laws are said to have been put in place to prevent frivolous lawsuits, even though there was already legislation in place specifically for frivolous suits. We also talk about how not being educated about nutrition often leads people to poor dietary choices. 

Keep up with us on social media!  
Twitter: @BlackLawPodcast
IG: @BlackLawPodcast
Facebook: @BlackLawPodcast
On the web: www.BlackLawPodcast.com

Dan
Twitter: @iAmDanOnDrugs
IG: @iAmDanOnDrugs

Ann
Twitter: @iTellLegalLies


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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blacklawpodcast/support

1 hr 25 min

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