Lake Placid, FL asked in Personal Injury, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Medical Malpractice for Florida

Q: Can Congress be sued for not holding CDC accountable, writing guidelines, not in their wheelhouse, harming millions?

FDA is in charge of drugs and regulations. Congress stated that CDC had no authority to issue guidelines for pain mgmt, especially how it did so, cherry picked bias members none whom never treated pain patients, had financial conflicts! Congress stated CDC be held accountable, consequences never brought? Millions were & are ruined. Financially, medically, emotionally, careers, families, etc. Hundreds lost to suicide, thousands medical collapse! Over 10,000 in our group alone, wish to see justice. Rights are nonexistent, civil, constitutional, disability discrimination, we have a human right to quality of life, adequate pain care! We're being tortured, sanctioned genocide, enduring inhumane cruelty! Dr's are being persecuted, imprisoned, letters of implied threats. Patients abandoned, cut off, cut down of medication been stable on for yrs. CDC were warned before hand of collateral damage, "unintended" consequences. Guidelines have been weaponized leaving Drs fearful to treat!

1 Lawyer Answer
Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: No

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