Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The bacon you had for breakfast is at the center of a 35-year debate over antibiotics.
There's something distinctly fishy about the Treasury Department's lightning-fast and allegedly "surprise" discovery of more than $30 billion in Libyan government assets stored in U.S. banks.
"Why did no one act on it? Because there was a strong lobby," said Levy, who is co-founder and president of the Alliance for Prudent Use of Antibiotics, a nonprofit advocacy group that favors restrictions on the drugs.
Stuart Levy, an obscure bureaucrat who recently left the Treasury to assume a post at the Council on Foreign Relations, indicated that the holdings were concentrated primarily in one bank.