RELEASE: Consumer group urges FDA to protect patients from inaccurate lab tests
STATEMENT: We support the Informing Consumers About Smart Devices Act
EPA proposes 10-year deadline for replacing lead pipes
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RELEASE: Legislators from 28 states ask FTC for repair scores
New report: Toxic waste backlog eliminated thanks to infrastructure law
20,000 call on Microsoft to save 400 million PCs
STATEMENT: Apple announces it will comply with California’s Right to Repair rules nationwide
Statement: TransUnion to pay $23 million for illegal tenant background check, credit freeze practices
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced Thursday that they are taking action against major credit bureau, TransUnion, and its subsidiary.
Costco makes new commitments to reduce plastic use
Costco Wholesale has committed to increasing its transparency about its plastic use and developing a 5-year action plan to reduce the amount of plastic it uses.
STATEMENT: White House, federal regulators to unveil new crackdown on junk fees
Move expected to save consumers tens of billions of dollars each year
Statement: California governor signs Right to Repair Act
On Oct. 10, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the Right to Repair Act (SB244), which will significantly expand consumers’ and independent repair shops' access to materials and information needed to fix electronics and appliances.
NEW REPORT: The Plane Truth 3 points to ongoing problems
Flyer complaints hitting new highs as data show airlines still haven't got their act in gear
News release: Supreme Court arguments affirm constitutionality of CFPB’s funding mechanism
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) v. Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA). This pivotal case will determine the future of the CFPB’s funding.