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Govenrment Subsidizes Twinkies More Than Apples

A new report by a group critical of junk food says billions of dollars in taxpayer agricultural subsidies actually contribute to the childhood obesity epidemic.

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Report | CoPIRG | Food

Apples to Twinkies

The rise in childhood obesity has many causes, but one of the most important is the increased prevalence of high-fat, heavily sweetened junk food.  And shockingly, American taxpayers are spending billions to subsidize junk food ingredients, making the problem worse.

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News Release | CoPIRG

Energy Service Corps Completes First Year

Energy Service Corps’ mission is simple – help Coloradans save energy, save money and save the environment while training the next generation of civic leaders.  Our goal is to give every student, from kindergarten to college, within a 50 mile radius of our chapters, the tools and knowledge to reduce their energy use and help teach adults to do the same.

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News Release | CoPIRG Foundation | Safe Energy

Energy Service Corps Completes First Year

Energy Service Corps’ mission is simple – help Coloradans save energy, save money and save the environment while training the next generation of civic leaders.  Our goal is to give every student, from kindergarten to college, within a 50 mile radius of our chapters, the tools and knowledge to reduce their energy use and help teach adults to do the same.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Budget, Food, Tax

Representative Jeff Flake Introduces REAPS Act

The introduction of the Reducing the Deficit through Eliminating Agriculture Direct Payment Subsidies Act, or REAPS Act (H.R. 2487) will cut $28 billion over ten years from agriculture subsidies.  This is a first important step away from misguided spending that benefits a narrow set of special interests rather than any rational farm policy or the broader public interest.

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