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News Release | Transportation

Mad Men Make Online Pitch for High Speed Rail

Two lead actors from the hit television show Mad Men throw their support behind high-speed rail in a humorous new online video posted today on Funnyordie.com.

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News Release | Higher Ed

Call on Congress to Cut Special Interest Giveaways, Not Public Priorities

As the U.S. Senate began negotiations to stave off a federal government shutdown, representatives from the Maryland Public Interest Research Group were joined by Krystala Skordalos, a Maryland PIRG student leader at University of Maryland College Park to urge the Senate to focus their spending cuts on wasteful handouts to narrow special interests, not vital investment to college aid.

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State Senator Urges Expansion of BPA Ban in Children's Products

Sen. Brian E. Frosh, D-Montgomery, wants to expand the state's ban on child care products made with the chemical bisphenol-A instead of waiting on the Food and Drug Administration to issue guidelines for its regulation.

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News Release | Consumer Protection

30 States Nationwide Introduce Legislation to Protect Kids and Families from Toxic Chemicals

In response to continued public concern over the presence of dangerous chemicals in common household products, coupled with Congressional inaction on the matter, on Wednesday, January 19, legislators and advocates in thirty states across the country and the District of Columbia will announce legislation aimed at protecting children and families from harmful chemicals.

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News Release | Health Care

Health Care Repeal Would Have Costly Consequences

Consumers and small businesses in Maryland will face significantly higher insurance premiums and could see costly coverage denials and price discrimination if efforts to repeal the federal health care law prevail in Congress or in the courts, according to "The Cost of Repeal: Examining the Impact on Maryland of Repealing the New Federal Health Care Law," a new report released today by Maryland PIRG.

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