Latest Public Citizen Press Releases

For Immediate Release: 10/25/2017
Arbitration Rule Repeal Shows Corporate Lobbyists Pulling the Strings in Washington
Pence’s Tie-Breaking Vote Betrays Servicemembers and Consumers
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For Immediate Release: 10/25/2017
Elimination of Alcohol Ads From New York City Public Transit System Is a Win for Public Health
Statement of Kristen Strader, Campaign Coordinator, Public Citizen’s Commercial Alert
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For Immediate Release: 10/25/2017
Go ‘Forward Not Backward’: Environmental and Consumer Groups Launch Campaign Calling on Ford, Volkswagen and Other Automakers to Drop Efforts to Roll Back Clean Car Standards
Ford, Volkswagen and other automakers should live up to their promises and stop trying to undo popular fuel economy and vehicle greenhouse gas emission standards.
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For Immediate Release: 10/25/2017
Sanders-Cummings Medicare Part D Legislation Would Lower Seniors’ Medicine Costs
Statement of Robert Weissman, President, Public Citizen
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For Immediate Release: 10/24/2017
Senate Grants Immunity to Financial Industry Rip-Offs, Scams and Abuses
Statement of Robert Weissman, President, Public Citizen
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For Immediate Release: 10/24/2017
Public Citizen Lauds SEC for Expanded Auditor Report
Statement of Bartlett Naylor, Financial Policy Advocate, Public Citizen’s Congress Watch Division
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For Immediate Release: 10/24/2017
Monopoly Man Video Shows How Banks Get Their Way in Congress
Public Citizen and Americans for Financial Reform Release New Video
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For Immediate Release: 10/24/2017
Senate Should Protect Consumer Rights, Vote No on S.J. Res. 47
Statements From Public Citizen Experts
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For Immediate Release: 10/24/2017
Public Citizen Applauds Nomination of Robert Jackson Jr. and the Potential for a Fully Functional SEC
Statements from Public Citizen Experts
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For Immediate Release: 10/24/2017
Tonight: Senate Could Overturn CFPB’s Popular Arbitration Rule That Would Protect Consumers
Nearly 100,000 Americans Sign a Petition Supporting the Rule That Restores Rights
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