| by
Patricia Kelmar
Director, Health Care Campaigns

The No Surprises Act establishes arbitration to settle payment disputes. Regulators must design the dispute resolution system well so it won't add costs to the system.

 | by
Teresa Murray
Consumer Watchdog

The good news: Illegal robocalls seem to be declining a bit. The bad news: They'll probably never go away completely. Consumers need to remain vigilant to protect their personal information and their money. 

 | by
Teresa Murray
Consumer Watchdog

Scam robocalls have declined by 29 percent since June. But most of us still get too many. And the industry overall isn't doing enough.

Guest post from Paul Roberts on his experience of repairing a 60 year old radio and a 10 month-old FitBit, which tells us a lot about the e-waste problem and the need for a right to repair.

Shareholders press these leading Right to Repair opponents to explain themselves as regulatory pressure mounts 

 | by
Diane Brown
Executive Director

By now, if you live in the Valley, you have likely heard that Salt River Project is proposing to add 16 gas units at a cost of ~ $1 billion to SRP customers. 

 | by
Mike Litt
Director, Campaign to Defend the Consumer Bureau

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau celebrated its 10th birthday last Wednesday. It begins its second decade refocused on its mission of protecting you and me after a few years of, ironically, championing shady business practices over consumers. The agency’s first decade was full of success, setbacks, and promise.

 | by
Patricia Kelmar
Director, Health Care Campaigns

How the pandemic has worsened the medical debt crisis

 | by
Patricia Kelmar
Director, Health Care Campaigns

How drug companies keep prices high through tricky marketing and sales tactics

From Main Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, people just want to fix their stuff.