News for Citizen Activists

Mar-Apl 2016 Issue

  • Be Part of Democracy Awakening!

    Thousands will participate in a mass demonstration to curb the influence of corporations and the wealthy in elections, restore the Voting Rights Act and demand a vote on a U.S. Supreme Court justice.

  • Bad Doctors Need Consequences

    A Public Citizen report shows that state medical boards haven’t disciplined all doctors who commit sexual misconduct, allowing them to endanger those around them.

  • Cancer Patients Risk Arrest to Call Out TPP

    At Big Pharma lobby headquarters, Zahara Heckscher, Hannah Lyon and Public Citizen President Robert Weissman denounced a Trans-Pacific Partnership measure that will hike prices of lifesaving drugs.

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