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Statement of Neal Denardi - Students for Arizona PIRG at the University of Arizona on Consumer Guide for Young Adults

Students for Arizona PIRG (Arizona Public Interest Research Group) applauds Attorney General Goddard for his leadership and his recognition of the need to educate young people on consumer protection issues.

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Arizona PIRG applauds U.S. Senate Passage of Comprehensive Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Reform

The Arizona Public Interest Research Group (Arizona PIRG), a leading Arizona consumer group that has published annual toy safety surveys for over twenty years, today applauded U.S. Senate passage of comprehensive legislation to “give the CPSC the money and authority it needs to protect the public from dangerous products.

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Report | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

The Campus Credit Card Trap

This study is an in-person survey of a diverse sample of over 1500 students, primarily single undergraduates, at 40 large and small schools and universities in 14 states around the country conducted between October 2007 and February 2008. It analyzes how students pay for their education, how many use and how they use their credit cards and, finally, their attitudes toward credit card marketing on campus and whether or not they support principles to rein in credit card marketing on campus.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Retailers Misleading Consumers on the Digital Television (DTV) Transition

In one year, 22 million Americans who rely on free over-the-air analog broadcasting – including many elderly and other vulnerable populations will be at risk of losing access to TV which for many is a primary source of news and emergency information as well as entertainment.

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Report | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Mixed Signals

One year from now 22 million Americans who rely on free over-the-air analog broadcasting will be at risk of losing access to TV. On February 17, 2009, analog televisions that receive over-the-air signals will go dark, unless they are retrofitted with digital converter boxes.

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