U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman, Republican, has submitted a bill that would require the FDA to release all records of information submitted to the agency regarding the emergency use authorization or licensing of all Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines within 100 days.
This is due to the FDA appeal postpone for up to 55 years the release of documents requested in August under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency.
A group of more than 30 scientists, medical professionals, international public health professionals and journalists asked the FDA for “all data and information on the Pfizer vaccine,” including safety and efficacy data, reports of adverse reactions, and a list of active and inactive ingredients. In September, the group filed a lawsuit against the FDA in the US District Court for the Northern District of Texas for not responding to the FOIA request. Norman called the FDA’s request to delay publication of the documents “the beginning of a very bad joke.”
In a statement, he said: “The FDA’s only priority should be consumer health and safety. The agency has jeopardized its integrity by withholding information that belongs to the public. As the Biden administration seeks to force these vaccines on us, the public has every right to know how this vaccine was approved, especially if it happened in such a short period of time. ”
Bill is here.
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