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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Food

U.S. Senate Shuns Attempt to Weaken Food Safety Protections

In refusing to consider the National Uniformity for Food Act (S. 3128) before the end of the 109th Congress, the U.S. Senate rejected an attempt to weaken America’s food safety system. The bill, supported by powerful food manufacturers, would have implemented sweeping changes to America’s food safety system by preempting hundreds of state and local food safety protections.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Group Commends Consumer Product Safety Commission for Taking First Step Toward Banning Lead in Children

Yesterday, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) took a long overdue first step toward banning lead in children’s metal jewelry. We have known for decades that lead can cause permanent developmental damage in children or even death, so we commend the CPSC commissioners for voting to protect children from lead exposure.

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Report | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Trouble in Toyland 2006

According to the most recent data from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), almost 73,000 children under the age of five were treated in emergency rooms for toy-related injuries in 2005. Twenty children died from toy-related injuries last year.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Arizona PIRG Education Fund Alerts Shoppers To Toy Hazards

Hazardous toys are still sold in stores across the country, according to the 21st annual toy safety survey released today by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund.  While we can report substantial progress after more than two decades of advocacy on behalf of America’s littlest consumers, the Arizona PIRG Education Fund still found trouble in toyland.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG | Democracy

Vote Coalition Contacts Students Across the State

As of 6:00 PM MST, still an hour before the close of polls, the Arizona Student Vote Coalition has held one-on-one conversations with over 9,600 students about voting in the week leading up to Election Day. 2,180 of these contacts have been made today, on Election Day.

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