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Are Campaign Contributions Greasing the Wheels for New Highway Construction?

The nation has 73,000 crumbling bridges, but year after year startlingly few federal transportation dollars go to fixing them.

U.S. PIRG Applauds House Committee Vote to Advance Landmark Consumer Agency to Replace System that Failed

The U.S. House Financial Services Committee approved landmark reform legislation Thursday, establishing a proposed Consumer Financial Protection Agency, despite “often blatantly false attacks from industry opponents.”

News Release | Health Care

Health Care Reform Can Save Maryland $54 Billion

Health care reform might cost $1 trillion, but it can ultimately save the nation $3 trillion, with billions of dollars of benefits for every state in the union, according to a new report released today by the Maryland Public Interest Research Group.

News Release | Budget

Maryland leads nation in reporting on economic stimulus spending

A new analysis of official state websites focusing on the federal stimulus program finds that Maryland has the best reporting of all the states.

News Release | Health Care

Survey: Small businesses crushed by rising health costs

Maryland small business owners are being crushed by rising health care costs, and feel left out of the current health care debate in Washington, according to a new report released by Maryland Public Interest Research Group in front on Carma’s Café on St Paul street in, Charles Village today.

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