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Free resources without an expiration date

By | Cailyn Nagle
Director, Open Textbooks Campaign

Getting educators and students the course materials they need during COVID-19

What we learned in 2019

By | Faye Park
President, U.S. PIRG; Executive Vice President, The Public Interest Network

Our work standing up for consumers always starts with research. We examine problems and evaluate policies through hard-hitting reports, then use those reports to earn media coverage and build support for meaningful solutions. Read on for a recap of 10 things we learned in 2019 from Faye Park, President of U.S. PIRG Education Fund.

On the road for the holidays? This restaurant guide is a must have

By | Curtis Morris
Stop the Overuse of Antibiotics, Campaign Associate

Traveling on the road or through airports to get to your holiday destinations? Before you grab a quick bite, use the Chain Reaction scorecard to see which top restaurants are sourcing meat raised without routine antibiotic use. 

AutoNation: Stop selling recalled used cars, don’t spam

By | Adam Garber
Consumer Watchdog

When our new report revealed every single one of the 28 AutoNation dealerships we surveyed across the country was selling a recalled car with a dangerous safety defect you’d hope their response would be: “we’re on it.” It wasn't.

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