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For Immediate Release: 7/2/15
BP Oil Spill Settlement Settles Very Little
Statement of Tyson Slocum, Director, Public Citizen’s Energy Program
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For Immediate Release: 7/2/15
Leaked Text Shows Trade Agreement Threat to Deregulate Financial Services
Statement of Robert Weissman, President, Public Citizen
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For Immediate Release: 7/1/15
No Excuse for Not Protecting Nurses
Public Citizen Report Shows That Programs to Protect Health Care Workers Quickly Pay for Themselves
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For Immediate Release: 6/30/15
Democratic Strategist Donna Brazile to Moderate Twitter Town Hall on Executive Order for Disclosure
President Barack Obama Can Foster a #BetterPolitics With the Stroke of His Pen
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For Immediate Release: 6/30/15
Eighth Anniversary of Signing of the U.S.-Korea FTA Shows Failure of Obama’s ‘More Exports, More Jobs’ Free Trade Promises, Further Endangering Push for the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Trade Deficit With Korea Balloons 90 Percent as Exports Fall and Imports Surge Under Korea Pact, a Template for the TPP
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For Immediate Release: 6/30/15
With New Federal Pollution Rule, New Hampshire Residents Should See Lower Electricity Bills
EPA’s Clean Power Plan and Energy Efficiency Improvements Will Mean Savings for New Hampshire Consumers
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For Immediate Release: 6/29/15
Media Advisory: New Report Finds That EPA’s Clean Power Plan Will Lower Electricity Bills in New Hampshire
By 2030, Consumers Can Expect Substantial Savings
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For Immediate Release: 6/25/15
Nation’s Wealthiest Families Behind the Effort to Kill the Estate Tax
Legislation Introduced to Ensure These Billionaires Pay Closer to Their Fair Share
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For Immediate Release: 6/25/15
OSHA to Concentrate Enforcement in Hospitals, but Congress Needs to Act
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) announcement today that it is taking steps to address workplace injuries associated with handling patients in hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities is a good step but not enough, Public Citizen said today.
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For Immediate Release: 6/25/15
State Department Lambasts Human Rights Violations in TPP Nations Vietnam and Brunei, Further Complicating Push for Controversial Pact
New Report Cites Political Prisoners, Criminalization of Homosexuality, Mistreatment of Women, Child Labor Among Abuses of TPP Negotiating Parties
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