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Troublesome Toys

CoPIRG has released its 28th annual toy survey, full of tips they hope will encourage parents to be vigilant and aware of potential risks while shopping this holiday season.

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Report Shows Deadly Toys on Store Shelves

The Colorado Public Interest Research Group is urging parents to use caution when buying toys for their young children this holiday season.

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Report | CoPIRG Foundation | Public Health, Consumer Protection

Trouble in Toyland 2013

The 2013 Trouble in Toyland report is the 28th annual CoPIRG Foundation survey of toy safety. In this report, CoPIRG Foundation provides safety guidelines for consumers when purchasing toys for small children and provides examples of toys currently on store shelves that may pose potential safety hazards.

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News Release | CoPIRG Foundation | Consumer Protection

Survey Finds Dangerous Toys on Colorado Store Shelves

Dangerous or toxic toys can still be found on America’s store shelves, according to the CoPIRG Foundation’s 28th annual Trouble in Toyland report.  The survey of hazardous toys found that despite recent progress, consumers must still be wary when shopping this holiday season.

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Report | CoPIRG Foundation | Consumer Protection

Big Credit Bureaus, Big Mistakes

This report is the third of several that review complaints to the CFPB nationally and on a state-by-state level. In this report, we explore consumer complaints about credit bureaus with the aim of uncovering patterns in the problems consumers are experiencing with credit reporting.

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Media Hit | Health Care

Colorado health insurance exchange seeks another $125 million to implement Obamacare

Of the $125 million more wanted by staff of the exchange, which is called Connect for Health Colorado, $14 million would be earmarked for outreach. The organization estimates that 90 percent of Coloradans don’t know about the exchange, what it does or how to use it.

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Media Hit | Transportation

Group pushes for details on high speed rail from Colorado Springs to Denver

Imagine a 35-minute trip to downtown Denver from downtown Colorado Springs on a train that hits a top speed of 250 mph. The landscape blurs by. The coffee is piping. And gas prices are not a bother. It's an image that - at least conceptually - Colorado Springs residents like.

Colorado Public Interest Research Group wants to take that message to the Colorado Department of Transportation and Gov. John Hickenlooper.

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Media Hit | Transportation

CoPIRG Study Shows Coloradans Driving Less

According to a new study released by the Colorado Public Interest Research Group, the number of miles being driven by Americans is on the decline for the eighth year in a row.

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Media Hit | Transportation

Younger generation shifts away from automobile transportation

The youngest generation of drivers is pulling Americans away from cars and into a different future of transportation, according to a recent nationwide study.

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Media Hit | Transportation

Young Americans Lead Trend to Less Driving

For six decades, Americans have tended to drive more every year. But in the middle of the last decade, the number of miles driven — both over all and per capita — began to drop, notes a report to be published on Tuesday by U.S. Pirg, a nonprofit advocacy organization.

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Highlights of the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009

To educate consumers about the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility And Disclosure (CARD) Act signed into law on May 20, CoPIRG released a factsheet about the upcoming changes and tips on how to avoid remaining abusive credit card practices.

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Report | CoPIRG | Health Care

The Cost of Repeal

This report examines the costs and benefits of repealling the Affordable Care Act for the taxpayers, consumers, and businesses of our state.

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Report | CoPIRG | Health Care

Small Business Delimma

When it comes to health care, American small business owners are getting a raw deal.

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