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On Equifax: One year later

By | Emily Scarr
State Director

Ultimately, we are not the customers of Equifax or the other credit bureaus. We are their product.

Our comments on the Maryland Volkswagen Draft Mitigation Plan

By | Emily Scarr
State Director

Earlier this month, the Hogan Administration released a draft plan to spend the $75 million Maryland is receiving as part of the Volkswagen emissions cheating settlement. We urge the Department to amend the plan to fully commit to electrification of our transportation system.

The Trump Administration’s Flawed Reasons for Rolling Back Clean Car Standards

By | Matt Casale
Director, 21st Century Transportation Campaign

The Trump administration is making some pretty outlandish claims to justify its roll back of the nation’s most effective program at fighting climate change. Asserting that stronger fuel economy standards make our roads less safe, the administration moved last week to weaken Obama-era clean car standards -- but their claims just aren’t true.

We Join Leading Groups Urging SEC To Strengthen Weak Investor Best Interest Proposal

By | Ed Mierzwinski
Senior Director, Federal Consumer Program

We've joined leading consumer, civil rights, labor and older American organizations in a comment letter urging the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to strengthen its proposed "Regulation Best Interest" intended to ensure that all broker-dealers and other individuals and firms offering investment advice act do so in a fiduciary capacity, or in the best interest of their investor-clients. (Right now, it doesn't).

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