STATEMENT: California Assembly passes Right to Repair bill
Advocates describe the bill, endorsed by Apple, 'the strongest consumer right to repair yet'
STATEMENT: Federal judge’s decision on No Surprises Act could mean patients pay more
Recent ruling counters previous pro-consumer win
STATEMENT: NHTSA walks back anti-repair letter, but questions remain
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on Tuesday issued a letter clarifying its stance about car repair data transmitted over the internet.
STATEMENT: FTC accuses Experian of spamming customers
Statement: Gov. Moore’s new Comprehensive Energy Efficiency Pilot Program a welcome announcement
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore announced Tuesday that the state will provide $4 million in grants for Marylanders to retrofit their homes to make them more energy efficient.
Statement: Amazon to phase out single-use plastic padded shipping bags
E-commerce leader reports reduction in plastic packaging
CFPB fines Bank of America, shows how agency protects consumers
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Tuesday ordered Bank of America to return more than $100 million to customers who were illegally charged multiple “insufficient funds fees” for the same transactions, had credit card rewards points withheld, and had fake credit card accounts opened without their authorization.
STATEMENT: U.S. PIRG calls for protections from medical credit cards
Statement: ‘Maryland’s Climate Pathway’ lays out clear vision for achieving climate goals
State plan aims for 100% clean electricity and efficient buildings