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Media Hit | Safe Energy

Xcel wants PUC to lighten up on efficiency rules

"Not using a kilowatt of energy is the cheapest energy there is," said Danny Katz, the director of the Colorado Public Interest Research Group (CoPIRG), an environmental advocacy group. "We think there's more to be done."

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News Release | CoPIRG | Transportation

Over 1400 Coloradans Encourage Governor to Sign SB-197

A week after the Colorado Legislature approved a bill, SB-197, that would increase transparency and public protections in future private road deals, 1400 Coloradans from across the state have signed a petition calling for the Governor to sign the bipartisan bill into law.

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Report | CoPIRG | Transportation

Analysis of SB-197, Public Protections in Private Road Deals

Success in public-private partnerships (PPPs) for transportation projects is not measured by whether you complete a deal but rather whether that deal is good for Colorado and the public interest.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Transportation

Legislature Approves Increase in Public Protections in Private Road Deals

Nearly three months after Colorado signed a controversial, 50-year, private road deal concerning U.S. 36, the Colorado Legislature approved a bill that would increase transparency and public protections in future private road deals. CoPIRG applauds the bi-partisan bill, SB-197.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Transportation

Increase in Public Protections in Private Road Deals Up for Vote

Two months after Colorado signed a controversial, 50-year, private road deal concerning U.S. 36, the House will consider a bill that would increase transparency and public protections in future private road deals. CoPIRG is calling for the swift passage of the bi-partisan bill, SB-197, which cleared the Senate last week on a 25-10 vote.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Health Care

CoPIRG Calls for Exchange Board Member to Resign

CoPIRG called for Eric Grossman to resign from the Colorado Health Benefits Exchange Board today citing comments he made that cut against the mission of the board.

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Media Hit | Health Care

Consumer Group Wants Health Exchange Board Member Off Panel

As the Colorado Health Benefits Exchange (CHBE) Board convened its first meeting Monday, two consumer groups called for one of its businessmen members to step down.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Budget

CoPIRG Unveils “Gallery of Government Waste” to Showcase Easy Federal Budget Cuts

As the U.S. Senate begins negotiations to stave off a federal government shutdown, the Colorado Public Interest Research Group (CoPIRG) unveils a “Gallery of Government Waste” to highlight easy places to cut in the budget. These cuts are low-hanging fruit and will help bypass the partisan showdown in Washington.   

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News Release | CoPIRG | Food

Obama Budget Proposes Important First Cuts to Ag Subsidies

Statement of CoPIRG Federal Public Health Advocate Elizabeth Hitchcock on the President’s proposed 2012 budget.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Health Care

Health Care Repeal Would Have Costly Consequences for Colorado Consumers and Small Businesses

Consumers and small businesses in Colorado 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.

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