Maryland PIRG applauds Attorney General Brown for suing manufacturers of toxic ‘forever chemicals’
As traditional ozone season kicks off, advocates highlight progress made, actions still needed
Release: Minnesota’s governor approves nation’s broadest Right to Repair law
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PIRG delivers more than 10k petition signatures to Travelers shareholder meeting
With Memorial Day picnics and barbecues on deck, how to make sure your food is safe
New PIRG analysis of FDA, USDA data show recalls from Salmonella doubled in 2022
NEWS RELEASE: Fake tickets for Taylor Swift, Beyonce, lead to broken hearts, empty wallets
Con artists hope concert, sports fans will fall for sophisticated scams
Consumer Groups Urge Supreme Court to Uphold the Constitutionality of the CFPB
The Fifth Circuit's radical and unprecedented decision in the case of CFPB vs. CFSA, if confirmed, would undermine the critical work carried out by the CFPB in protecting consumers and enforcing regulations against deceptive practices by Wall Street and predatory lenders, according to an amicus brief filed by consumer advocates.
SCOTUS action will limit generic drug competition
U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review a federal circuit court decision that imperils a critical method that many generic drug makers use to win approval. The court denied a petition of certiorari in Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. V GlaxoSmithKline LLC, Et. Al., allowing the divided lower court's decision to stand. This action can have dramatically limit competition from lower-priced generic and biosimilar medicines.
Statement: New rule would cut coal, gas plant pollution
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Thursday proposed new limits on carbon pollution from coal- and gas-burning power plants.
STATEMENT: Food Date Labeling Act a cost-effective solution to food waste
Policy would divert more than half a million tons of food waste from landfills annually
New incentive for electric lawn mowers, leaf blowers passes legislature
SB 16 will tackle ozone pollution from highly-polluting gas-powered lawn and garden equipment.
Proposed airline rules for canceled and delayed flights would help consumers enormously
Release & resource guide: Oregon latest state to ban plastic foam
Gov. Tina Kotek on Monday signed into law a bill making Oregon the 9th state to ban polystyrene foam. This pernicious plastic, often referred to by the brand name Styrofoam, presents a unique threat to both wildlife and people alike. Because it takes so long to decompose, if it decomposes at all, polystyrene foam is effectively not biodegradable.