Morning Juice: Contamination Found in IV Bags, Water Wells and Sheriff's Office
Here's a look through the headlines on this Tuesday morning.
- A nurse at Broward General Medical Center used IV bags contaminated with other patients' fluids, exposing some 1,800 patients to risk of disease. [NBCMiami]
- The H1N1 vaccine shots are coming next week, though there's still no date as to exactly when doctors will start inoculating. Infant children and bloggers have first dibs. [Sun-Sentinel]
- A judge has dismissed the official misconduct charge against former House Speaker Ray Sansom, saying that the "remedy should be political, not judicial." Like when Beverly Gallagher was reelected to the Broward County School Board despite her own ethical scandals? [Miami Herald]
- In the see-saw battle over water at The Acreage, the law firm that Erin Brockovich used found higher levels of radiation in at least 10 homes where brain cancer occurred. [Palm Beach Post]
- Manuel Silva, the Broward Sheriff's Office deputy charged with extortion, may be just one in a batch of bad cops. [Sun-Sentinel]
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