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New Report Details Jobs and Economic Growth Opportunities in Arizona from Renewable Energy

At a news conference today, the Arizona PIRG Education Fund released a new report entitled "Renewing Arizona's Economy: The Clean Energy Path to Jobs and Economic Growth". The report documents the economic development potential of renewable energy (such as solar and wind power) in Arizona, focusing on how investing in renewable energy will lead to jobs and increased economic output. In addition, the report examines how renewable energy can save water and improve public health. The report comes as the Arizona Corporation Commission is considering an increase to the state's Environmental Portfolio Standard.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Higher Ed

New Report Reveals High Numbers of Teachers, Social Workers in Arizona with Unmanageable Student Loan Debt

More than 29 percent of all four-year public college graduates have too much debt to manage as a starting teacher in Arizona according to a new report released today by the Arizona Public Interest Research Group (Arizona PIRG).

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Report | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Arizona's Food Safety Net

Protecting the safety and integrity of the food supply is one of the oldest functions of government, one that the American people expect their government to perform and perform well.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Consumer Protection

Water Quality Legislation Moves To Senate

Representative Tom O’Halleran and representatives of the Arizona Public Interest Research Group (Arizona PIRG) and the Northwest Arizona Watershed Council joined together today to urge swift adoption of water legislation that recently passed the House and is now before the Senate. Arizona PIRG also released a new policy paper, "Our Water, Our Future: Policy Options to Safeguard Water Resources in Arizona." The policy paper documents the main threats to Arizona’s water supply and details policy recommendations to ensure enough water for our future.

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