If they had asked, they may have learned that Physicians Against Drug Shortages Executive Director Philip Zweig has been employed by and has direct financial ties to medical device manufacturing companies.
Doctors and others affiliated with Physicians Against Drug Shortages certainly have a right to present their point of view. But are media outlets doing enough to allow readers to evaluate the veracity of op-eds, guest columnists, media pundits and quoted “experts”?
Last month, we presented our analysis of Tim Moore’s invoices as part-time County Attorney to Cleveland County Manager Brian Epley, who pledged to look into the matter “quickly.” But three weeks later, there’s been no response. So, we decided to take our questions directly to the citizens of the county.
Questions Grow About Tim Moore’s Taxpayer-Funded Government Checks Totaling $604,319 Over Three Years.