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Trouble in Toyland

By | Laura Muth
Democracy Associate

It’s a holiday morning and kids all over the world are waking up to open their presents. Big smiles and laughter abound.  What could be wrong with this picture?

Yesterday, in one of the few government buildings open for business during Hurricane Sandy, the Supreme Court heard an important case,Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc, concerning whether publishers can restrict owners of books from reselling their used legally-purchased copies. 

Here’s that Rx refill you didn’t order

By | Jenny Levin
Public Health Advocate

Is your pharmacy refilling your prescription without your knowledge or approval, and billing your insurance company for the cost?

Maryland PIRG New Voters Project Hits the Streets

By | Jenny Levin
Public Health Advocate

The Maryland PIRG New Voters Project is a nonpartisan effort to help register young people and get them to the polls on Election Day. We believe the best way to get political leaders to pay attention to young people and our issues is to register and vote.

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