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Right to Repair is a simple way to cut health care costs

By | Nathan Proctor
Director, Campaign for the Right to Repair

Cost containment is is a critical first step in addressing the deep faults in our health care system - it's hard to image fixing problems of access if we continue to be charged $15 for a Tylenol pill or $1,000 for a toothbrush. It turns out that overpriced equipment repair helps add to those inflated costs.

Making our devices more fixable with ecodesign

By | Nathan Proctor
Director, Campaign for the Right to Repair

A conversation with Restart Project Co-Founder Ugo Vallauri about progress around ecodesign in Europe and how that connects to Right to Repair in the United States

Ten year anniversary of safer school supplies: Happy Birthday, CPSIA!

By | Kara Cook-Schultz
Director, Campaign to Ban RoundUp

Landmark consumer legislation has had a monumental effect on protecting kids’ health.

The Trump Administration’s Flawed Reasons for Rolling Back Clean Car Standards

By | Matt Casale
Director, Highway Boondoggles Campaign

The Trump administration is making some pretty outlandish claims to justify its roll back of the nation’s most effective program at fighting climate change. Asserting that stronger fuel economy standards make our roads less safe, the administration moved last week to weaken Obama-era clean car standards -- but their claims just aren’t true.

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