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Resource | Health Care

SO YOU NEED HEALTH INSURANCE. NOW WHAT?

Having the facts can make all the difference when it comes to health insurance. To make the most of new choices, protections and financial help, you need good information. This guide can help you find quality coverage that won’t break the bank.

Consumer Brief Supporting NY Attorney General In Alzheimer's Drug Case

In December, a U.S. judge upheld the New York Attorney General's request for an injunction requiring the powerful Big Pharma company Actavis to continue marketing a lower-cost version of its Alzheimer's drug Namenda, instead of using a "product-hopping" scheme to move consumers to a newer but virtually identical version that would enjoy monopoly protection until 2029, making it unlikely that lower-cost generic alternatives could successfully enter the market. We joined other leading groups, including Consumers Union and Public Citizen, in a friend-of-the-court brief to the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals supporting General Eric Schneiderman's defense against Actavis in its appeal. Our brief is attached.

Resource | Transportation

Factsheet: Highway Boondoggles

These highway boondoggles are but a sampling of many questionable highway projects nationwide that could cost taxpayers tens of billions of dollars to build, and many more billions over the course of upcoming decades to maintain.

Resource | Higher Ed

Coalition Letter To Congress Defending Gainful Employment, Student Loan, Other Protections

Today,50 organizations that advocate for students, veterans, consumers, civil rights, and more to send a letterto Congress conveying strong support for the continued implementation and enforcement of important Education Department accountability provisions designed to protect students and taxpayers from unmanageable student debt and waste, fraud, and abuse in higher education. The signers include many organizations that oppose any effort to delay, roll back, or repeal the Department of Education's gainful employment rule, 'borrower defense' and college accountability rules, or the ban on incentive compensation for encouraging enrollment in for-profit schools.

Resource | Tax

U.S. PIRG Delivers 34,000 Petitions to D.O.J

Photo of Mario Salazar, U.S. PIRG legistlative director and Adam Weil, Environment America Federal Conservation Advocate, delivering 34,000 petitions calling for the Department of Justice to deny BP more tax deductions for its Gulf Coast oil spill settlements.

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