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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Transportation

President’s Goal: Connecting 80 Percent of Americans with High-Speed Rail

Statement of Arizona PIRG Public Interest Advocate Serena Unrein on President Obama’s remarks on infrastructure in the State of the Union Address.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Financial Reform

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Track

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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Report | Arizona PIRG | Financial Reform

Halfway to the CFPB

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Implementation Team staff are making significant progress in their efforts to both build an effective agency and be ready to perform required functions by the transfer date (July 21, 2011).   Based on our analysis of several key metrics, on the date halfway between passage and startup, the CFPB Implementation Team is properly focusing on key goals and outcomes.  Moreover, the high-quality of its early hires will give it the CFPB the ability to significantly broaden and accelerate its activities over the next six months.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Health Care

Comments on the Rate Review Program before the Arizona Department of Insurance

When consumers consider whether health care reform has been a success, many of them will have a simple test in mind – when they open the envelope that lays out their health insurance rates, will the premium increase be affordable, or will it be unreasonable? Experts know that there are a host of inefficiencies, misaligned incentives, and system failures behind that one number, many of which have little to do with any particular insurer.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Food

President Signs Historic Food Safety Bill

The President’s signature on the Food Safety Modernization Act finally brings food safety protections for American consumers into the 21st Century.

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