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News Release | Health Care

CBO’s estimates on health insurance premiums

Today’s CBO report is great news. A majority of individuals purchasing individual or family health insurance in the exchange would receive reductions of 56 to 59 percent in premiums below what they would pay under current law.

News Release | PennPIRG | Consumer Protection

Parents Beware - Many Toys Still Toxic, Hazardous

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 24 –Dangerous or toxic toys can still be found on America’s store shelves, Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group announced on Tuesday in its 24th annual Trouble in Toyland report.

News Release | Financial Reform

We Need a Watchog: On eve of committee vote, consumer group petitions for reform

SCRANTON, Oct. 20 – Local residents and statewide consumer group PennPIRG, the Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group, called for meaningful financial reform in a petition demonstration in downtown Scranton today.

News Release | PennPIRG and Media and Democracy Coalition | Consumer Protection

Public Interest Groups Urge Lawmakers to Support Broadband Plan that Serves the Public Good

For this year’s OneWebDay PennPIRG and the Media and Democracy Coalition will release A Public Interest Internet Agenda and join Philadelphia residents for a policy panel discussion on the future of local broadband access.  The event is being held at 7pm in the University of the Arts as part of Philadelphia’s inaugural OneWebDay celebration.

News Release | Financial Reform

On Anniversary of Financial Crisis, Pennsylvanians Look to Congressman Kanjorski for Leadership on Reform

Philadelphia, PA – One year ago this week Lehman Brothers collapsed in New York and the ripple effect began to spread to Pennsylvania. Today, as the President speaks in New York City on the need for strong financial regulations to protect consumers, Pennsylvanians need Congress to pass H.R. 3126, the Consumer Financial Protection Agency Act.

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