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Confusing Statements by Opponents of Oregon Antibiotics Legislation | David Rosenfeld

I confess to be somewhat puzzled by the statements made by leaders of the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association and Willamette Egg Farms in Saturday's Associated Press article regarding Oregon legislation to curtail antibiotic overuse on farm animals.

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News Release | OSPIRG | Health Care

Vote on health care price transparency proposal blocked by health industry lobbying

Yesterday a scheduled vote on an OSPIRG-supported bill to require health care providers to give consumers up front prices was pulled from consideration, and the bill will not meet today’s deadline for all bills to clear their first committee vote.

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News Release | U.S. PIRG | Consumer Protection

PIRG Commends Release of Labor Dept.'s Proposed Rule To End Conflicted Retirement Advice

PIRG today commended the public release of the Department of Labor’s proposed rule that would strengthen the ability for Americans to save for retirement by addressing conflicts of interest that arise when brokers and financial advisers give retirement advice. Wall Street will fight the rule hard, because it requires them to put consumers first.

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News Release | OSPIRG | Health Care

Bill May Bar Exchange from Negotiating Lower Costs

Consumer advocates and small business owners say that without changes, the bill to create an Oregon health insurance exchange may fail to deliver lower costs for Oregonians.

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Media Hit | Budget, Tax

Gov. spending transparency: Did Oregon make the grade?

Oregon got a “B-minus” when it comes to openness about government spending, according to the second annual report of its kind by the Oregon State Public Interest Research Group (OSPIRG).

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News Release | OSPIRG Foundation | Transportation

Mad Men Make "Funny or Die" Video for High-Speed Rail

Two lead actors from the hit television show Mad Men throw their support behind high-speed rail in a humorous new online video posted today on Funnyordie.com.

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News Release | OSPIRG Foundation | Health Care

Effective Health Exchange Key to Lower Costs

Oregon policy-makers can address rising health care costs by implementing an effective health insurance exchange, according to a new policy brief released today by consumer advocacy group OSPIRG.

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