US Puts Price Tag On False COVID-19 Claims
First Amendment No License For Health Care Providers To Make False Claims
Until coronavirus public health emergency ends, FTC is authorized to order civil penalties of $43,792 per violation found in COVID-19-related advertising. Health care providers, meanwhile, advertising to treat COVID-19 might be unfamiliar with
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