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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

New Report Ranks Phoenix And Other Major American Cities For High-Tech Transportation Options

A new report by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund and the Frontier Group finds that Phoenix ties for 32nd among the nation’s 70 largest cities in terms of how many technology-enabled services and tools the city has to meet transportation needs.

News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Arizona PIRG Education Fund’s Annual Survey Finds Dangerous Toys on Store Shelves

Dangerous or toxic toys can still be found on America’s store shelves, according to the Arizona PIRG Education Fund’s annual Trouble in Toyland report. The report reveals the results of laboratory testing on toys for toxic chemicals, including lead, chromium and phthalates, all of which can have serious, adverse health impacts on a child’s development. The survey also found examples of small toys that pose a choking hazard, extremely loud toys that threaten children’s hearing, and powerful toy magnets that can cause serious injury if swallowed.

News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Health Care

With Beginning of Open Enrollment for Health Insurance, Efforts to Educate & Enroll Young Adults are Underway

With open enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace just underway, Pima Community College leaders, the Interim Regional Director for Health & Human Services (HHS) and members of the Cover Arizona coalition highlighted efforts to educate and enroll young Arizonans in health insurance.

News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Health Care

Phoenix College President, HHS Interim Regional Director, Cover Arizona Announce Plans to Educate and Enroll Arizonans

With the Health Insurance Marketplace set to open on November 15, Phoenix College leaders, the Interim Regional Director for Health & Human Services (HHS) and members of the Cover Arizona coalition announced plans to educate and enroll Arizonans in health insurance. Participants also provided tips on what Arizonans need to know to receive new health insurance or renew their existing insurance.

News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

Report Calls I-11 an Example of Wasteful Spending, Based on Outdated Assumptions

A new report by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund calls I-11 an example of wasteful highway spending based on its outdated assumptions of ever-increasing driving. The study points to data showing that the $2.5 billion proposed project is based on forecasts that are out of sync with current trends and that, at nearly all of the highway’s traffic counter locations, traffic growth has been slower than forecasted in project documents or has actually declined.

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