Regents of the University of California acknowledge imprimatur on 2003 US Chamber of Commerce medico-legal publication

This publication being used by National Apartment Association political action committee in 2010 as a reason for the Arizona court’s to deny insurer liability for claims of death of two new born infants in an apartment complex documented to harbor an atypical amount of mold.

Link to Letter

TRUTH OUT Sharon Kramer Letter To Andrew Saxon MOLD ISSUE

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