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Haley Clinton
Zero Waste Campaign, Associate

This blog is the second in a series examining policy solutions to the plastic pollution crisis that are proven and replicable. This section covers recycled content requirements.

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Gina Werdel
Make It Toxic Free, Associate

We spoke to Je’May Ward, a clean beauty blogger from North Carolina, about what clean beauty advocacy means for her.

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Danielle Melgar
Make It Toxic Free Campaign, Advocate
Jillian Gordner
Make Polluters Pay Campaign, Associate

U.S. PIRG, U.S. PIRG Education Fund, and the Center for Health, Environment & Justice hosted a webinar discussion of U.S. PIRG Education Fund's new report, "Superfund Underfunded: How taxpayers have been left with a toxic financial burden," and how we can address the problem of toxic waste in our communities. 

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Haley Clinton
Zero Waste Campaign, Associate

This blog is the first in a series examining policy solutions to the plastic pollution crisis that are proven and replicable. This section covers single-use plastic product bans.

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Patricia Kelmar
Director, Health Care Campaigns

Here are the tactics that drug companies use to keep lower-priced drug competitors out of the market

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William McGovern
Health Care Campaigns, Associate

Air ambulance bills can run in the thousands of dollars. Some companies sell "memberships" to consumers. But this option may not be a smart purchase for most consumers. 

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Gina Werdel
Make It Toxic Free, Associate

A free Chrome extension and mobile app created by a passionate couple helps customers easily find non-toxic consumer products as they shop online.

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Teresa Murray
Consumer Watchdog

85 percent of Americans are expected to get money -- without the need for you do anything, including clicking any email links, providing any information by phone or paying any fees.

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William McGovern
Health Care Campaigns, Associate

If you live in any of the following states, use these tips to fight unfair medical bills: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

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Jacob van Cleef
Consumer Watchdog, Associate

You have six weeks to file your income tax return for 2020. Every year, it seems there are more issues to watch out for.