OSPIRG Latest Blog Posts

Dirty, unhealthy and expensive, diesel buses embody transportation's past. Electric buses are the future.

Repairing your electronic device just got a little easier thanks to a seemingly unexpected source: The Library of Congress.

The high-profile legal case linking a man’s terminal cancer to Roundup has taken another twist.

Health care has been a hot topic in Washington again this year, and there has been a lot of confusion and uncertainty about the future. With all of this background noise, it’s more important than ever to get the facts about how you and your family can get coverage that works for you.

The cheapest, cleanest energy is the energy we don’t use in the first place. Whether you care about improving air quality, fending off the worst impacts of global warming, or simply saving money, energy efficiency and conservation are critical.

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Charlie Fisher
State Director

OSPIRG Foundation is conducting a statewide survey of consumers about experiences and challenges with the health care system in Oregon.

As school started for the year, many students in Detroit returned to schools with drinking water containing lead—a toxin that can impact how they think, learn and behave.

In the absence of government action on deadly paint strippers, retailers are stepping up to protect consumers.

One year after announcing the biggest data breach in history, Equifax still hasn’t been held accountable or provided the information and tools consumers need to protect themselves. Since Equifax won’t help protect consumers, OSPIRG is stepping in.

Monsanto is back in court and probably will be for awhile.