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Night Owl Service -- Let's Use It So We Don't Lose It | Kirstie Pecci

The MBTA is beginning a one-year pilot program tonight that will run the subway and key bus routes for an additional hour and a half on Friday and Saturday nights. As with any pilot program, however, if we don't use it, we're going to lose it.

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Report | MASSPIRG Education Fund | Transportation

Keeping On Track

This is the first of a series of regular progress report issued by Transportation for Massachusetts, Conservation Law Foundation and MASSPIRG to evaluate the health of the Commonwealth's transportation system and the implementation of the Transportation Finance Act. Clearly, available funds cannot meet all of the state's pressing transportation needs.

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News Release | MASSPIRG Education Fund | Transportation

Keeping On Track -- Progress of Funding and Reforming Transportation in Massachusetts

Progress report shows good amount of transportation finance law has been implemented in first seven months but the amount of funding still insufficient to meet all of state's transportation needs.

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Students to Stop and Shop: Label GMO Food

Consumers call on Stop and Shop to label GMO food.

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News Release | MASSPIRG | Consumer Protection

GMO Labeling Bill Passes MA Legislative Committee

A state legislative committee passes GMO food labeling bill.

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News Release | MASSPIRG | Health Care

MASSPIRG advocates closing student health care loophole, ensuring quality affordable insurance for Bay State students

Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG) argued for quality and affordable student health insurance plans at a legislative hearing in Boston today.

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News Release | MASSPIRG | Health Care

Washington, D.C.: MASSPIRG Applauds CBO Health Reform Report

Today’s CBO report is great news for health reform supporters.

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News Release | MASSPIRG | Consumer Protection

Parents Beware

Dangerous or toxic toys can still be found on America’s store shelves, MASSPIRG announced on Tuesday in its 24th annual Trouble in Toyland report.

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News Release | MASSPIRG | Democracy

Campaign Contributions Pave the Way for Highway Construction

The United States has 73,000 crumbling bridges, but year after year, startlingly few federal transportation dollars go to fixing them.

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News Release | MASSPIRG | Consumer Protection

MASSPIRG Supports Two Pro-Consumer Auto Insurance Bills

MASSPIRG calls for passage of two auto insurance proposals to lower auto insurance premiums and to prohibit insurers from using factors unrelated to driving record in setting rates.

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