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The Small Business Dilemma

 

When it comes to health care, American small business owners are getting a raw deal. While the current insurance marketplace offers some options to larger employers, it too often leaves small business owners on the outside looking in. They face unpredictable changes in costs, and far too often they are forced to choose between covering employees and the very survival of their businesses.

 

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News Release | TexPIRG | Financial Reform

TexPIRG's Wall Street Bailout Briefing #7

"Transparency about monetary policy also helps promote the accountability of the Federal Reserve to the Congress and the public,” reads the Federal Reserve’s website. That sounds great. And it couldn’t be more true.

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News Release | TexPIRG | Financial Reform

Statement of TexPIRG's Ed Mierzwinski on the House Passage of the federal Credit Cardholders’ Bill of Rights

Tex PIRG commends the U.S. House for its overwhelming passage today of Rep. Carolyn Maloney (NY)’s Credit Cardholders’ Bill of Rights. For too long, owning a credit card company has been a license to steal.

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News Release | TexPIRG | Transportation

TexPIRG calls on the Legislature to stop the road privatization bill in its tracks

Senate Bill 17 contains loopholes that will open up Texas’ roadways to private investment by permitting TxDOT to avoid upholding public protections from these harmful private toll road deals. TexPIRG's is calling on the Legislature to stop the road privatization bill in its tracks.

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News Release | TexPIRG | Transportation

TexPIRG Suspends Support For SB 17

On Tuesday, March 31, 2009, the Texas Public Interest Research Group (TexPIRG) released a statement supporting SB 17. Like others, upon our initial reading of SB 17, it appeared that the bill would create strong public safeguards against bad private toll road deals for the citizens of Texas. We have since noticed a particular clause in the bill that would create a loophole for the Texas Department of Transportation (TX DOT).

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