Recreation and restoration are in the sights of Yosemite National Park planners. They're developing a $235-million management strategy to ease park congestion. But the plan could eliminate some park activities.
Steve: Here's a Democratic CEO for you, She Even has ties to the Clinton Foundation Need an EpiPens to save your life? EpiPens are used in the emergency treatment of allergic reactions including anaphylaxis to stings, contrast agents, medicines or people with a history of anaphylactic reactions to known triggers. Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia said Thursday Mylan, the company which manufactures EpiPens which is headed by his daughter, Heather Bresch who is Mylan's CEO, is responding to constituent and lawmaker questions. Bresch raised her pay from $2.5 million in 2007 to $18.9 million in 2015. She jacked up the price of the life-saving EpiPen drug by 450 percent over the past 12 years. This raised a standard two-pack of EpiPens to about $600 over the past several years. It had cost $100 in 2009. The company increased the price without making any significant changes to the product. Soon after being appointed as COO, Bresch faced her own scandal. An investigation by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette found that she hadn’t actually graduated with an MBA from West Virginia University. Instead, a report found that her transcripts had been falsified, in part, by officials for the University. While Bresch came out of the ordeal relatively unscathed and with her job intact, several of those administrators resigned. Her company Mylan has donated somewhere between $100,000 and $250,000 to the Clinton Foundation.