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Nuclear Power and the Threat to Drinking Water

In the United States, 49 million Americans receive their drinking water from surface sources located within 50 miles of an active nuclear power plant.

We've amended our petition for review against the FTC for allowing the sale of unfixed, recalled used cars

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has now filed unacceptable consent decrees with 3 more used car dealers, which we and our co-plaintiffs Center for Auto Safety and Consumers for Automobile Reliability and Safety (CARS) consider to be in violation of several provisions of law. We claim that the agency’s decisions to allow such demonstrably unsafe used vehicles to be sold to the public as “safe,” “repaired for safety issues,” or “subject to a rigorous inspection” violate several provisions of law. So we've updated our petition for review to the DC Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals to challenge a total of 6 (not 3) of the agency's actions.

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Comments To HHS On Blueprint To Lower Drug Prices

In response to a Request for Information from the Department of Health and Human Services, we join Consumers Union and other leading groups in a comment letter. In particular, we detail abusive and anti-competitive practices of both Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) and brand name drug companies that force American consumers to pay too much for health care. Our comments support many of the proposals from Secretary Azar and HHS.

Fact Sheet: Protecting Those Who Serve

This two page fact sheet is a summary of our June 2017 report "Protecting Those Who Serve: How the CFPB Safeguards Military Members and Veterans from Abuses in the Financial Marketplace."

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