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Report | TexPIRG Education Fund | Higher Ed

Private Loans, Public Complaints

The CFPB’s Consumer Complaint Database Gets Real Results for Student Borrowers

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Report | TexPIRG Education Fund | Transportation

A New Way to Go

America is in the midst of a technological revolution … and a big shift in our transportation habits.

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Report | TexPIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Big Banks, Big Complaints

This report is the first of several that will review complaints to the CFPB nationally and on a state-by-state basis. In this report we explore consumer complaints about bank accounts and services with the aim of uncovering patterns in the problems consumers are experiencing with their banks.

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Report | TexPIRG Education Fund | Transportation

Moving Off the Road

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Report | TexPIRG Education Fund | Transportation

A New Direction

The time has come for America to hit the “reset” button on transportation policy—replacing the policy infrastructure of the Driving Boom years with a more efficient, flexible and nimble system that is better able to meet the transportation needs of the 21st century.

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News Release | TexPIRG | Health Care

Survey Finds Uninsured San Antonians Pay Too High a Price for Prescription Drugs

Uninsured San Antonians are charged 70 percent more for prescription drugs than the best available market prices, according to a survey released today by TexPIRG. The group criticized the failure of Congress to enact adequate reforms, and called on the Texas Legislature to take action to make affordable prescription drugs available to uninsured residents.

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News Release | TexPIRG | Health Care

Uninsured Consumers Pay Too High A Price For Prescription Drugs In Texas

Uninsured consumers in Texas are charged much higher prices for prescription drugs than the best available market prices, according to a survey released today by TexPIRG. The group criticized proposed Congressional reforms, urging the Texas legislature to instead form prescription drug buying pools.

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News Release | TexPIRG | Solid Waste

Technologies Can Eliminate Chemical Hazards At Pulp And Paper Mills

Pulp and paper mills that use chlorine or chlorine dioxide to whiten paper needlessly endanger more than 5.7 million people, according to a new report released today by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group.

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