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News Release | Financial Reform

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Track for July Launch

Six months after Wall Street reform legislation creating the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was signed, a leading coalition released Halfway to the CFPB: An AFR Progress Report on “Standing Up” the New Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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Media Hit | Health Care

Hartford Courant: State Has A Lot At Stake In Debate on Health Care Law

Connecticut has a lot at stake in the health care debate. If the health care law is repealed, the state government and Connecticut's network of 29 hospitals are scheduled to lose upward of $250 million in federal funds that are already reaching Connecticut under the law. And hundreds of thousands of Connecticut residents already benefiting from health care reform would be affected.

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Media Hit | Food

Food Safety News: USDA Unveils New School Lunch Standards

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Thursday unveiled proposed nutritional standards for meals served through the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs, the first major upgrade to nutritional requirements in 15 years. The tougher standards are part of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, recently signed into law by President Obama, that aims to reduce both childhood hunger and obesity.

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News Release | Health Care

Healthcare Repeal Would Have Costly Consequences for Connecticut Consumers and Small Businesses

Consumers and small businesses in Connecticut will face significantly higher insurance premiums and could see costly coverage denials and price discrimination if efforts to repeal the federal health care law prevail in Congress or in the courts, according to The Cost of Repeal: Examining the Impact on Connecticut of Repealing the New Federal Health Care Law, a new report released today by ConnPIRG.  

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Report | Health Care

The Cost of Repeal: Examining the Impact on Consumers and Small Businesses of Repealing the New Federal Healthcare Law

The evidence suggests that the costs of health care repeal are substantial and many of the asserted benefits of repeal do not stand up under scrutiny. But policy makers have additional options. They instead should work to implement the law properly in the states and take the steps to lower health care costs which the federal law fails to take.

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