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A Sub-stantial Achievement | Steve Blackledge

On October 20, Subway announced its plan to phase out antibiotics from its entire meat supply. This victory is just the next step of our mission to save antibiotics.

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News Release | U.S. PIRG | Transportation

New House Transportation Bill Raises Serious Concerns

After many months of negotiation, today the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is sitting down to mark-up a new transportation authorization and funding bill, known as the Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2015

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Blog Post | Public Health

Victory: Subway Commits to Help Save Antibiotics | Steve Blackledge

Today, Subway announced a plan to phase out antibiotics from it's entire meat supply in response to mounting consumer demand for stronger action by the chain to help save antibiotics from overuse.

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News Release | ConnPIRG Education Fund | Public Health

Statement on Subway Eliminating Antibiotics in Meat

We're ecstatic that Subway will be living up to the healthy image they've created. They have more restaurants in the U.S. than any other chain, and their announcement will put major market pressure on the meat producers to stop overusing antibiotics.

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Blog Post | Transportation

How Deadly are Your State’s Roads? | Sean Doyle

A new report by Michael Sivak and Brandon Schoettle at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute shows which states have the safest and most dangerous roads.  Here's how the states rank and what we can do about it.

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News Release | Higher Ed

Student Aid Surges as Congress Curtails Sweetheart Deals

Statement of Rich Williams, Higher Education Associate, representing hundreds of thousands of students across the country, on the passage of H.R. 4872

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News Release | Health Care

Historic Health Reform Sets U.S. on Path to Lower Costs

Statement by ConnPIRG Health Care Advocate, Larry McNeely, on Final Passage of the Reconciliation Act of 2010

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News Release | Financial Reform

Senate Financial Reform Bill - Some Improvements, More Needed

The Connecticut Public Interest Research Group applauds Chairman Christopher Dodd and a majority of the Senate Banking Committee for Monday evening’s vote to move a Wall Street reform package to the Senate floor.

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News Release | Health Care

ConnPIRG Praises Passage of Health Reform

The passage of health reform tonight is a huge step forward for Connecticut. It could not have happened if Representative Larson, Representative Courtney, Representative DeLauro, Representative Himes and Representative Murphy had not put Connecticut interests ahead of powerful Washington lobbies like the health insurance industry.

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News Release | Health Care

Final Health Bill Gets an A- on Costs

The final health reform bill unveiled on Thursday earned an A- from the consumer group ConnPIRG for its cost-containment provisions. "The reforms in this bill are game-changers which significantly increase America's ability to rein in skyrocketing health care costs.  Passing this bill will mean more affordable coverage for families, lower costs for business, and significantly reduced federal deficits,” said Jenn Hatch, an Associate at ConnPIRG.

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