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News Release | CALPIRG | Safe Energy

Vote No on Props 23 and 26

Prop 23 is an attempt by the out-of state oil industry – including Valero, Tesoro, and the Koch brothers – to prevent California from reducing our oil use. The ballot measure would effectively repeal California’s landmark global warming pollution law. Prop 26 is an attempt by oil companies, the cigarette industry, the chemical industry, and other special interests to avoid accountability for the harms they sometimes cause to our health and safety.

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Media Hit | Transportation

San Diego Union-Tribune: Obama revs up support for transportation funding

Today President Barack Obama -- surrounded by transportation officials, politicians and policy experts -- called on Republicans to get behind his initial $50 billion spending proposal to bring the country’s transportation infrastructure into the 21st century.

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Report | CALPIRG Education Fund | Budget, Democracy

California Budget Transparency 2.0

The ability to see how government uses the public purse is fundamental to democracy.  Budget transparency checks corruption, bolsters public confidence in government, and promotes fiscal responsibility. 

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Media Hit | Health Care

Politico: Obama, allies ready health care blitz

U.S. PIRG will host about three dozen events with members of Congress and elected officials across the country on Sept. 23, touting the new law. Its student groups, Student PIRGs, will have 100 organizers out the same day on dozens of college campuses distributing “The Young Person’s Guide to Health Insurance,” featuring a letter from President Barack Obama.

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Report | CALPIRG Education Fund | Food

Recipe for Disaster

The recall of more than 500 million eggs from two Iowa egg farms is the largest but not the last of 85 recalls that have taken place in the year since food safety reform moved to the U.S. Senate. To assess one cost of that delay, Consumer Federation of America, the Center for Science in the Public Interest, and U.S. Public Interest Research Group studied recalls of foods regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from August 1, 2009, to the present.

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