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News Release | Consumer Protection

Tips for Getting the Right Cell Phone Plan

Deciding whether or not to sign up for another two year cell phone contract can be a tough decision for many consumers. Our resource can help many consumers sort through their choices and find a cell phone plan that fits their needs and budget. 

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News Release | OSPIRG | Financial Reform

New CFPB rules will protect homebuyers and homeowners

On Friday, January 10, new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) rules will go into effect that will help protect homeowners and homebuyers from the mortgage abuses that led to the housing crisis.

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Result | Tax

More Transparency for Economic Development Subsidies

After an outcry from the public, Governor Kitzhaber’s administration brought more transparency to economic development subsidies—giving Oregon taxpayers more tools to be able to track their return on investment through the Oregon Transparency Website. 

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News Release | OSPIRG | Tax

With deadline approaching, thousands of Oregonians call on Gov. Kitzhaber to bring more transparency to tax subsidies

Oregonians from across the state are calling on Governor Kitzhaber to follow through on his administration’s commitment to bring more transparency to economic development tax subsidies, as the December 31st deadline to update the Oregon transparency website approaches.

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Blog Post | Tax

'Tis the Season for More Transparency

At the end of every year, the Oregon Transparency Website gets updated, bringing stockings filled with the state’s detailed checkbook, presents of budgets and public meeting notices and, hopefully this year, critical details about corporate economic development tax subsidies.

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Media Hit | Transportation

Stakeholders Highlight Importance of High Speed Rail

Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy and University of Oregon students are looking toward the future of high speed rail in Oregon.

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Media Hit | Transportation

High Speed Rail = Oregon Jobs, Report Says

KLCC covers OSPIRG's newest high-speed rail report release, and the planning process for improving our passenger rail line in Oregon.

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News Release | OSPIRG | Health Care

15,000 Young Oregonians Can Now Keep Coverage

An estimated 15,000 young adults and their families in Oregon could benefit from a new provision of the federal health care law, effective today, that allows parents to keep their adult children on their family coverage plan until age 26.

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Q&A: WTF is up with Overdraft Changes?

I haven't been keeping a close eye on the national debate about reforming banks' outrageous overdraft fees, so when a letter arrived from my credit union this month saying something about the overdraft laws changing, my main response was... what? I

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News Release | OSPIRG | Health Care

Plan to Cut Health Care Waste Moves Ahead

This week, state officials advanced a plan to cut needless administrative paperwork -- red tape that wastes doctors’ time and adds to already unaffordable health care costs.

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Defend the CFPB

Tell your senators to oppose the “Financial CHOICE Act,” which would gut Wall Street reforms and destroy the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as we know it.

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