Resource | Budget, Tax

No Write-Offs for Health Care Scams

A new factsheet from the U.S. Public Interest Research Group documents how health care and pharmaceutical corporations are able to write off the payments they make to settle charges of wrongdoing, such as fraud, on their taxes

Letter from consumer groups to Experian & T-Mobile Re Data Breach

Following news that a credit-check subsidiary of the credit bureau Experian had been breached and that detailed information -- including Social Security Numbers and birth dates -- of 15 million T-Mobile customers and applicants had been included in the files breached, we issued a statement and also joined several leading groups in a letter to the two firms. In the letter, we asked the firms to give victims free credit freezes, instead of the offered credit monitoring, since only a credit freeze stops new account identity theft.

Nuclear Power and the Threat to Drinking Water

In the United States, 49 million Americans receive their drinking water from surface sources located within 50 miles of an active nuclear power plant.

Federal Agency Settlements with Corporations Lack Transparency


Failure to publicly disclose settlement agreements prevents executive agencies and corporations from being held accountable for the deals they sign.

Resource | Higher Ed

College Groups to Congress: Don't Double Rates (Letter)

Letter from national colleges groups urging congress to prevent student loan interest rates from doubling this summer for nearly 7.5 million students. 


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