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Report | PIRGIM Education Fund | Transportation

A New Course

How Innovative University Programs Are Reducing Driving on Campus and Creating New Models for Transportation.

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Transportation in Transition

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Macomb Daily: Trouble in Toyland Persists

Baby’s first train by Haba looks like fun with its colorful wooden boxcars that can be easily latched together by thin pegs. However, the wooden pegs can be easily swallowed, too. The pieces are only one centimeter longer than the choke test cylinder used to determine if a hazard warning should be put on a toy package

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News Release | PIRGIM Education Fund | Health Care

New Rules to Deliver Options for 32,800 Young Adults in Michigan

A provision of the new federal health care law that goes into effect today will allow 32,800 young adults in Michigan to remain on their parent’s health insurance plan until age 26, according to the Public Interest Research Group in Michigan Education Fund (PIRGIM).

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News Release | PIRGIM Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Consumer Group Alerts Shoppers to Hidden Toy Hazards

The latest Trouble in Toyland report, along with a new interactive tool, will help parents and other toy-buyers avoid some common hazards.

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Report | PIRGIM Education Fund | Safe Energy

Unacceptable Risk

As the eyes of the world have focused on the nuclear crisis in Fukushima, Japan, Americans have begun to raise questions about the safety of nuclear power plants in the United States.

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Report | PIRGIM Education Fund | Budget

Following the Money 2011

The ability to see how government uses the public purse is fundamental to democracy. Transparency in government spending checks corruption, bolsters public confidence, and promotes fiscal responsibility.

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Report | PIRGIM Education Fund | Health Care

The Cost of Repeal

On March 23, 2010, after a long congressional debate, President Barack Obama signed into law comprehensive federal health care reform legislation, known as the Affordable Care Act or ACA. But the enactment of the law did not end the debate.

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Report | PIRGIM Education Fund | Transportation

Do Roads Pay for Themselves?

Highway advocates often claim that roads “pay for themselves,” with gasoline taxes and other charges to motorists covering—or nearly covering—the full cost of highway construction and maintenance. They are wrong. 

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Report | PIRGIM Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Trouble in Toyland: The 25th Annual Survey of Toy Safety

The 2010 Trouble in Toyland report is the 25th annual Public Interest Research Group in Michigan (PIRGIM) survey of toy safety.  In this report, PIRGIM provides safety guidelines for consumers when purchasing toys for small children and provides examples of toys currently on store shelves that may pose potential safety hazards. 

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