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Asbestos in Makeup: Steps You Can Take to Avoid Exposure
Asbestos, which can cause cancer, sometimes contaminates talc-based products. There is no safe level of exposure to asbestos. While we advocate for changes in the system, we also want to ensure consumers have the resources they need to avoid talc products and protect themselves and their families.
Auto Loan Complaints Rise
Pandemic worsens existing consumer problems with car buying in CFPB data
Automatic textbook billing
Avoiding COVID-19 Price Gouging
Price gouging is on the rise for hand sanitizers, surgical masks and more. Here's how you can protect yourself.
Avoiding dangerous toys
Our toy safety tips will help you protect your children.
Back to School Tookit
Ban Bee-Killing Pesticides
Millions of bees are dying at unprecedented rates, with real consequences for our food supply, environment and economy. We rely on bees to pollinate everything from broccoli to strawberries to the alfalfa used to feed dairy cows. Simply put, no bees means no food. Given what’s at stake, we must do more to stop the bee die-offs and help them rebound.
It's clear. Unless and until it's proven safe, we should ban Roundup.
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