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Blog Post | Public Health, Food

Progress in 2015 and hope for the new year | Anya Vanecek

This was a big year for the fight to save antibiotics. Now we’re looking to the future and looking forward to continuing our efforts to stop the overuse of antibiotics in factory farming.

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Blog Post | Public Health, Food

All I want for Christmas is responsibly-raised meat. | Anya Vanecek

I don't want a lot for Christmas, there is just one thing I need...

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Blog Post | Public Health, Food

It keeps getting better | Steve Blackledge

By next summer, all of the chicken served on Papa John's pizzas and poppers will be raised without antibiotics. The pizza chain's announcement adds them to a growing list of restaurants that are helping to stop the overuse antibiotics on large industrial farms.

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Result | Democracy

Delivering one million petitions to President Obama on dark money

U.S. PIRG joined a broad coalition to deliver one million petitions from Americans, including U.S. PIRG members and supporters, calling on President Obama to shine a light on dark money, or secret political spending.

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Media Hit | Financial Reform

C-SPAN: Financial Regulation and Consumers

Ed Mierzwinski, U.S. PIRG Consumer Program Director, talked about the effects of the new financial regulations bill on consumers.

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Media Hit | Financial Reform

Washington Post: Senate panel passes sweeping financial-regulation bill

The Senate banking committee voted along party lines Monday to transform the regulation of financial markets, sending another piece of far-reaching legislation to the full Senate a day after Congress approved an overhaul of the nation's health system.

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News Release | PIRGIM | Health Care

Health Care Bill to Create Over 8,300 Michigan Jobs

As Congress and the White House are locked in the final negotiations over the health care reform bill, a new analysis from the consumer group Public Interest Research Group in Michigan (PIRGIM) finds that the legislation will mean between 8,300 and 13,300 more jobs in Michigan.

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News Release | PIRGIM | Health Care

Consumer Group Gives Senate Health Reform Bill a B+

ith the addition of the managers' amendment, the Senate health reform bill earned a B+ from the consumer group Public Interest Research Group in Michigan (PIRGIM) for its cost-containment provisions on Saturday.

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News Release | PIRGIM Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Consumer Group Alerts Shoppers to Hidden Toy Hazards

The latest Trouble in Toyland report, along with a new interactive tool, will help parents and other toy-buyers avoid some common hazards.

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