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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Budget, Tax

Arizona Commerce Authority Given Transparency Recommendations

On July 1st, 2011, the Arizona Commerce Authority officially will begin operations. The Authority, a quasi-public entity, will replace the Arizona Department of Commerce and dispense taxpayer-funded subsidies to private businesses. Governor Brewer and the Arizona legislature approved this change on February 16, 2011.

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Report | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Building A Better Health Care Marketplace

Consumers across the state know that the health insurance marketplace is broken. Insurers don’t compete for their business, instead offering take-it or-leave-it deals. Important information about coverage is buried in the fine print, making it hard to know what’s really covered. Instead of working to lower costs and improve quality, too many insurers focus on covering healthy enrollees and dumping the sick. And costs are continuing their unsustainable rise.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Consumer Group Calls for New Competitive Health Care Marketplace

Arizona policy-makers can address rising health care costs by implementing an effective health insurance exchange, according to a report released today by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund. 

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Media Hit | Transportation

Public News Service: Older Arizonans Face Future of Limited Mobility

More than half of the growing senior population in Arizona cities will soon have little or no access to public transportation, according to a new study. With baby boomers reaching retirement age and eventually giving up driving, the problem is expected to worsen.

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Media Hit | Transportation

Daily News-Sun: Traffic troubles limit elderly

As the number of Arizonans age 65 and older continues to grow, their ability to find available public transportation services are rapidly becoming more difficult, research shows.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Democracy

Vote Coalition Contacts Students Across the State

As of 6:00 PM MST, still an hour before the close of polls, the Arizona Student Vote Coalition has held one-on-one conversations with over 9,600 students about voting in the week leading up to Election Day. 2,180 of these contacts have been made today, on Election Day.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Democracy

Vote Coalition to Contact 10,000 Students before Election Day

Students from across the state have formed the Arizona Student Vote Coalition to make sure that students and the issues that they care about receive attention during the 2006 Election. The Arizona Student Vote Coalition registered over 4,000 students to vote, and now plans to educate and contact over 10,000 students from across the state by Election Day.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Consumer Protection

Consumer Groups Call for Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Investigation of Online Advertising and Consumer Tracking and Targeting Practices

The Center for Digital Democracy (CDD) and the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG), two of the leading public-interest advocacy groups working on behalf of a more diverse and competitive online environment, filed a complaint today with the Federal Trade Commission calling on the commission to undertake an immediate, formal investigation of online advertising practices.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Safe Energy

Arizona PIRG Education Fund Praises Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) Vote on Renewable Energy Standard

Today the Arizona Corporation Commission made a historic move towards increasing solar, wind and other renewable energy resources for Arizonans.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Democracy

Coalition Launches Campaign To Increase Youth Voter Turnout In Arizona

The Arizona Student Vote Coalition, a group comprised of the Arizona Students Association (ASA), Arizona Public Interest Research Group (Arizona PIRG), and the state’s university student governments, held a news conference today to launch their statewide effort to increase youth voter turnout. The event, which took place at the State Capitol, was organized by the student-led coalition to highlight students leading the way in registering and encouraging their peers to vote.

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