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News Release | Maryland PIRG Foundation | Food

Baltimore Consumers Call on Safeway to Label GMOs, On Anniversary of Whole Foods Labeling Commitment

Baltimore, March 8 – Consumers and health advocates launched a campaign calling on Safeway to label its store-brand products for ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), on the one year anniversary of Whole Foods’ announcement that it will adopt labeling for all products in its stores.  

News Release | Maryland PIRG Foundation | Public Health

Report: Toxic Chemicals Widespread in Children’s Products

 

Baltimore, MD – Makers of children’s products have reported widespread use of hazardous chemicals under the landmark Washington state 2008 Children’s Safe Products Act (CSPA). “What’s on Your List? Toxic Chemicals in Your Shopping Cart,” reveals the prevalence of chemicals that can cause cancer, hormone disruption, and reproductive and developmental problems in products readily available for purchase at many of the country’s largest retailers.

News Release | Maryland PIRG | Democracy

Maryland PIRG Applauds the Introduction of the Government by the People Act

Maryland PIRG applauded Rep. John Sarbanes (MD) today for introducing new legislation aimed at raising the voices of everyday people in the political process.

News Release | Maryland PIRG 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 are giving students new options for getting around and becoming innovators in transportation policy, according to a new report released today. The report, titled, “A New Course: How Innovative University Programs Are Reducing Driving on Campus and Creating New Models for Transportation Policy,” was released by Maryland PIRG Foundation.

News Release | Maryland PIRG Foundation | Tax

Maryland could save $27.3 million with proven method to curb offshore tax dodging, new study finds

Maryland taxpayers could save $27.3 from a reform to crack down on offshore tax dodging, according to a new report released today by Maryland PIRG Foundation. The reform, which has already been proven effective in Montana and passed in Oregon, would require companies to treat profits booked to notorious tax havens as domestic taxable income.

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