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News Release | TexPIRG | Food

Egg Recalls Reveal Scrambled Food Safety System

Last month’s nationwide recall of half a billion eggs was just one of more than 85 recalls involving 153 food companies since July 2009.  During this time, the U.S. Senate has failed to pass needed protections, according to Recipe for Disaster, a study released today by TexPIRG, Consumer Federation of America and the Center for Science in the Public Interest.

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News Release | TexPIRG | Food

Scrambled, Over Easy or Contaminated?

TexPIRG Advocate Melissa Cubria statement on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Wright County Eggs announcment of nationwide recall of 228 million eggs due to possible salmonella contamination. 

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News Release | TexPIRG | Consumer Protection

Dangerous Chemical Companies Put Millions of Texans at Risk

A new Texas Public Interest Research Group (TexPIRG) report, Chemical Insecurity: America’s most dangerous companies and the multimillion dollar campaign against common sense solutions, identifies the 14 chemical companies that endanger the most Americans in the event of a chemical release.  These companies also spent more than 70 million dollars lobbying and bankrolling the campaigns of the Members of Congress on the committees that oversee chemical security policy.

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Report | TexPIRG | Consumer Protection

Chemical Insecurity

Across the United States, thousands of industrial facilities use and store hazardous chemicals in large quantities that pose major risks to their neighbors.  More than 100 of these facilities would each put at least one million people at risk of injury or death in the event of a chemical release.

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News Release | TexPIRG | Food

Dangerous Chemical Companies Put Millions of Texans at Risk

 A new Texas Public Interest Research Group (TexPIRG) report, Chemical Insecurity: America’s most dangerous companies and the multimillion dollar campaign against common sense solutions, identifies the 14 chemical companies that endanger the most Americans in the event of a chemical release.  

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