Latest Public Citizen Press Releases

For Immediate Release: 5/21/2001
After Being Pressured, FDA Posts Committee Materials on Web Well in Advance of Hearing
Documents Show Corporate Damage Control Efforts on Blood Pressure Drug
Complete Release >>

For Immediate Release: 5/21/2001
Citizen Groups Denounce Proposal for High-Level Nuclear Waste Transport Through New Mexico
Survey Shows Cause for Concern
Complete Release >>

For Immediate Release: 5/21/2001
Ford Should Conduct Full Recall, Make Things Right for Explorer Customers
Statement of Public Citizen President Joan Claybrook
Complete Release >>

For Immediate Release: 5/17/2001
Bush-Cheney Energy Plan: Plunder, Pollute, Price-Gouge and Profiteer
May 17, 2001 Bush-Cheney Energy Plan:Plunder, Pollute, Price-Gouge and Profiteer WASHINGTON, D.C. The Bush/Cheney energy plan released today rewards Big Oil and other large energy concerns for their campaign support of President Bush but short-changes consumers and the environment. If approved, the Bush plan would ensure an energy future marked by continued price-gouging, pollution, wasted taxpayer dollars and the continuing threat of a nuclear catastrophe.
Complete Release >>

For Immediate Release: 5/17/2001
Industry Ally John Graham Is Wrong Choice to Be Nation’s Regulatory Gatekeeper
Health, Safety, Environmental and Labor Groups Oppose Nomination
Complete Release >>

For Immediate Release: 5/16/2001
Pinellas County, Fla., Solicitation Ordinance Violates Law, Nonprofit Organizations Say in Lawsuit
Public Citizen, Greenpeace and Others Sue County Contending Ordinance Covering Charitable Organizations Violates First Amendment
Complete Release >>

For Immediate Release: 5/16/2001
Groups Call on FDA, International Officials
to Halt Expanded Use of Food Irradiation
Complete Release >>

For Immediate Release: 5/10/2001
Ricart Automotive Agrees to Settle Suit Against Web Critic
Angry Ohio Customer Free to Create Anti-Ricart Sites This Summer
Complete Release >>

For Immediate Release: 5/10/2001
Pacifica Backs Off Threat to Sue; Critics Can Keep Web Sites
May 10, 2001 Pacifica Backs Off Threat to Sue; Critics Can Keep Web Sites Pacifica Foundation Had Threatened to Sue to Force GroupsTo Take Down Sites Until Public Citizen Intervened WASHINGTON, D.C. - In what is a point on the scoreboard for First Amendment rights, Pacifica Foundation has decided against suing to force three groups to dismantle Web sites critical of Pacifica.
Complete Release >>

For Immediate Release: 5/7/2001
Publc Concerns Sidelined as Department of Energy Rushes to Recommend Yucca Mountain Nuclear Dump
ALLIANCE FOR NUCLEAR ACCOUNTABILITY - CITIZEN ALERT FRIENDS OF THE EARTH INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK - NATURAL RESOURCE DEFENSE COUNCIL NEVADA DESERT EXPERIENCE - NEVADA NUCLEAR WASTE TASKFORCE NUCLEAR INFORMATION AND RESOURCE SERVICE (NIRS) PUBLIC CITIZEN S CRITICAL MASS ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM May 7, 2001 Publc Concerns Sidelined as Department of Energy Rushes to Recommend Yucca Mountain Nuclear Dump
Complete Release >>

Pages