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News Release | OSPIRG | Financial Reform

Amendment Passes to Crack Down on Offshore Tax Cheats

This amendment would give law enforcement officials important tools to stop foreign financial institutions in places like the Cayman Islands from aiding U.S. tax cheats. The $900 million this provision would raise over the next ten years can be put to good use funding public priorities like public transportation or reducing the deficit.

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News Release | OSPIRG | Health Care

Health Exchange Clears Oregon Legislature

Consumers might see decent affordable coverage on the horizon, now that Oregon lawmakers have given the green light for the new Health Insurance Exchange.

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Blog Post | Tax

Could Obama's Business Tax Reform Realize Its Potential? | Matt Orchant

The much anticipated corporate tax reform framework released last week by President Obama hit all the right notes but lacked the details to know if can fully realize it’s potential.

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Blog Post | Ed's Blog

White House Announcing Online Privacy Push | Ed Mierzwinski

White House urges privacy rights, industry promises "Do Not Track Sometimes" while states investigate Google

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Media Hit | Tax

Group says Corporate Tax Subsidies Need Justification

A new report released today by OSPIRG says more needs to be done to prove that corporate tax subsidies provide enough value to the public.

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