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News Release | MASSPIRG Education Fund | Public Health

600 Health Professionals Urge More Major Restaurant Chains to Get Smart and Serve Meat Raised Without Antibiotics

Antibiotics are failing when doctors, nurses, and other health professionals need them most. Major restaurants can help save these lifesaving antibiotics by pushing suppliers to stop overusing them, as McDonald’s and Subway committed to do this year. That’s why almost 600  health professionals  - including 94 from Massachusetts - signed onto a letter urging more major restaurant chains to serve only meat not raised on routine antibiotics.

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News Release | U.S. PIRG | Public Health

Medical Professionals Call for Action to Save Antibiotics

Nearly six hundred medical and health care professionals from across the nation are calling on major restaurant chains to set strong antibiotics policies that protect public health.

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Blog Post | Public Health, Safe Energy

Testimony in favor of bills S 1797 and S 1798, requiring Pilgrim Nuclear Station to pay for its own clean up | Janet Domenitz

Testimony in favor of bills S 1797 and S 1798 that would require Pilgrim Nuclear Station to pay for its own clean up 

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Cummings: A victory for all but the bacteria

Subway announcement is a big win for public health and represents a huge step toward preserving the effectiveness of life-saving antibiotics.

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Blog Post | Transportation

Millennials Want More Public Transportation | Sean Doyle

A new poll shows that access to public transportation is “very important” for Millennials in considering where to live and where to work.  The results support our research over the past few years that found Millennials are driving less than older generations and are more prone to walk, bike, or take transit to get where they need to go.

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Pass GMO labeling bill in state

Big Ag spending undermines consumer-right-to-know.

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Media Hit | Budget, Tax

JPMorgan should get no tax deduction in settlement deal

Taxpayers should not pay for corporate wrong doing.

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News Release | MASSPIRG EDUCATION FUND | Consumer Protection

New Report Identifies Most Troublesome Private Lenders to Students

A new report analyzing complaints about lenders of private student loans.

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Media Hit | Transportation

Smart Phones: Making Buses Cool Again?

Article highlights our report, "A New Way to Go: The Apps, Maps, and New Technologies that are Giving More Americans Freedom to Drive Less."

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Defend the CFPB

Tell your senators to oppose the “Financial CHOICE Act,” which would gut Wall Street reforms and destroy the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as we know it.

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