Latest Public Citizen Press Releases

For Immediate Release: 3/27/2000
Gore?s Campaign Finance Proposal: A Step in the Right Direction
Statement by Public Citizen President Joan Claybrook
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For Immediate Release: 3/23/2000
National Retailer Tries to Short-Circuit Unhappy Customer's Web Site
Ohio Customer Blew a Fuse Over Circuit City's Advertising
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For Immediate Release: 3/23/2000
DOE Suffers From Lack of "Safety Culture"
Agency Should Sever Ties With Controversial British Company, Public Citizen Says
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For Immediate Release: 3/22/2000
National Retailer Tries to Short-Circuit Unhappy Customer's Web Site
Ohio Customer Blew a Fuse Over Circuit City's Advertising
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For Immediate Release: 3/22/2000
Soft Money Ban and Regulation of Phony Issue Ads Would Pass Constitutional Muster, Public Citizen Expert Testifies
March 22, 2000 Soft Money Ban and Regulation of Phony Issue Ads Would Pass Constitutional Muster, Public Citizen Expert Testifies WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Congress could ban soft money contributions to political parties and regulate election-related issue advertising without violating free speech rights guaranteed by the First Amendment, a Public Citizen constitutional law expert testified to Congress today.
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For Immediate Release: 3/17/2000
Nuclear Agency to Limit Public's Rights in Hearings on Nuclear Issues
More Than 100 Consumer and Environmental Groups Oppose NRC Plan
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For Immediate Release: 3/16/2000
No Justice for Asbestos Exposure Victims
Statement of Public Citizen President Joan Claybrook on House Judiciary Committee Passage of H.R. 1283
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For Immediate Release: 3/13/2000
Consumers Should Steer Clear of Wal-Mart Meat
Consumer Groups Urge Shoppers to Avoid Irradiated Meat
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For Immediate Release: 3/10/2000
Corporate Pest Controls Itself
Terminix Abandons Lawsuit Against Free Speech on the Internet
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For Immediate Release: 3/9/2000
Inspector General Finds Nuclear Agency Misled Congressma
Nuclear Regulator Allowed Industry Not Public to Review Commission Policy Paper
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