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Report | OSPIRG Foundation | Transportation

A New Course

How Innovative University Programs Are Reducing Driving on Campus and Creating New Models for Transportation Policy

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News Release | OSPIRG Foundation | Transportation

New Report: University Campuses Are Transportation Trailblazers as Students Lead Shift From Driving

As Millennials lead a national shift away from driving, universities like the Oregon State University and the city of Corvallis are giving students new options for getting around and becoming innovators in transportation policy.

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News Release | Democracy

OSPIRG Applauds Reps. Blumenauer, DeFazio and Bonamici for the Government by the People Act

OSPIRG proudly endorses the Government By the People Act, legislation introduced today in the U.S. House of Representatives that would put ordinary Americans back in charge of our elections.

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News Release | Consumer Protection

With Privacy Breaches at Large Retailers, OSPIRG Offers Consumers Tips to Protect Against Identity Theft

In light of the recent breaches in consumers' private information at Target, Neiman Marcus and elsewhere, we've put together a resource to help you protect yourself from identity theft.

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Report | OSPIRG | Tax

Closing the Billion Dollar Loophole

Every year, corporations use complicated gimmicks to shift U.S. earnings to subsidiaries in offshore tax havens – countries with minimal or no taxes – in order to reduce their state and federal income tax liability by billions of dollars. Montana and Oregon have passed laws to curb offshore tax haven abuse and collect tax revenue that otherwise would be lost. 

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Media Hit | Health Care

Oregon approves Regence rate increase of 14.7%

Rates increases exceeded four times the rate of inflation last year for more than 400,000 Oregonians with individual, small group and portable insurance plans, according to a report released this week by the OSPIRG Foundation, an affiliate of the Oregon State Public Interest Research Group.

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News Release | OSPIRG | Health Care

Over 400,000 Oregonians Hit With Insurance Hikes 4X Inflation

Oregon health insurance companies raised average rates four times above the rate of inflation (14.2%) in 2008 on individual, small business and portability plans affecting 443,365 people.

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Media Hit | Budget, Democracy, Tax

OPEN STATE'S BOOKS, POLITICAL RIVALS AGREE

Saying that muckraking isn't a partisan issue, an unlikely quartet of legislators has latched onto a modern-day way to open up the state's books: by searchable database.

 

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News Release | OSPIRG | Health Care

Oregon Health Reform Plan Takes on Rising Costs

Consumer and small business leaders gathered together just before the Oregon Health Fund Board’s final public hearing to call attention to the Board’s efforts to make health care more affordable for Oregonians.

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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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