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For Immediate Release: 4/29/15
Legislation Would Undermine EPA’s Clean Power Plan to Curb Carbon Pollution
Statement of David Arkush, Managing Director, Public Citizen’s Climate Program
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For Immediate Release: 4/29/15
Progress on Executive Compensation Reforms
Public Citizen Applauds Reforms Proposed by Congress and the SEC
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For Immediate Release: 4/29/15
Proposed Delay in Protecting Military From Predatory Lending Is Unconscionable
Statement of Robert Weissman, President, Public Citizen
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For Immediate Release: 4/29/15
Public Citizen Applauds Bill to Reverse Corporate Restrictions on Access to Court for Consumers, Employees and Small Businesses
Statement of Christine Hines, Consumer and Civil Justice Counsel, Public Citizen’s Congress Watch Division
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For Immediate Release: 4/29/15
Public Citizen Applauds New Bill to Protect Consumers From Unfair Contract Terms That Restrict Their Ability To Speak
Statement of Scott Michelman, Attorney, Public Citizen
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For Immediate Release: 4/29/15
Revised 21st Century Cures Proposal Still Would Put Patients at Risk and Undermine Safety
Statement of Vijay Das, Healthcare Policy Advocate, Public Citizen’s Congress Watch Division
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For Immediate Release: 4/28/15
Citigroup Shareholders Take Aim at Banks’ Washington Influence-Peddling
A Pair of Shareholder Resolutions Filed at Citigroup Seek to Shed Light On Banks’ Lobbying Activity and Revolving Door Policies
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For Immediate Release: 4/28/15
Japan’s Prime Minister Visits Washington, D.C.,Trans-Pacific Partnership and Fast Track Controversy in the U.S. Congress on Agenda
During his visit this week to Washington, D.C., Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe will talk with President Barack Obama about the Trans-Pacific Partnership and urge a very divided U.S. Congress to support the controversial deal.
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For Immediate Release: 4/28/15
Legislation Intended to Improve National Chemical Policy Is Step Backward, Less Protective Than Status Quo
Statement of Susan Harley, Deputy Director for Public Citizen’s Congress Watch Division
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For Immediate Release: 4/28/15
Legislation to Eliminate Forced Arbitration Clauses and Class-Action Bans From College Enrollment Contracts Is Welcome Step
Statement of Christine Hines, Consumer and Civil Justice Counsel, Public Citizen’s Congress Watch Division
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