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News Release | Democracy

States Can Teach Congress About Ethics

The states are far ahead of Congress in establishing independent ethics enforcement for legislators according to a study released today by Maryland PIRG.

News Release | Democracy

Amid War and Scandal, Money Still a Top Predictor of Election Outcomes

Fundraising and campaign spending are proving once again to be incredibly accurate predictors of who wins elections according to an analysis of recent Federal Elections Commission (FEC) data for the 2006 congressional primaries released today by U.S. PIRG.

News Release | Consumer Protection

Smoke-Free Builds Momentum

Maryland PIRG announced today that it has joined Smoke Free Maryland, the state’s largest coalition working to improve public health by banning smoking in all workplaces including restaurants and bars. Maryland PIRG is the state’s leading public interest advocacy group, with over 12,000 members throughout Maryland.

News Release | Health Care

Uninsured Americans Pay Higher Prices for Prescription Drugs

Uninsured consumers in Baltimore pay nearly 62 percent more for common prescription drugs than what the drug companies charge the federal government, according to a new Maryland Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) report released today.

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