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News Release | CoPIRG

Today, the House Energy and Environment Committee approved two major bills that will reduce single-use plastic waste and pollution in Colorado. Representatives Jackson, Sirota, A. Valdez, Kipp, Hooton, Froelich, and Weissman voted in favor. 

News Release | CoPIRG

CoPIRG is calling on members of the House Energy and Environment Committee to pass two major bills today that will reduce single-use plastic waste and pollution in Colorado.  

News Release | U.S. PIRG

Congress must hold companies accountable for failing to protect condumers' confidential information.

Blog Post

It’s common-sense: If something you own breaks, you should be able to fix it. But manufacturers don’t see it that way. Instead, they use a set of tactics to block independent repair because they want consumers to have to come to them to do repairs. Right to Repair made considerable progress in 2019, and just a little over a month into 2020, we’re seeing continued momentum. 

News Release | CoPIRG

CoPIRG is calling on the Senate Local Government Committee to approve a bill that would allow cities to tackle plastic pollution in their communities. The bill, SB20-010, sponsored by Senator Kerry Donovan, would repeal the law that bans local governments from protecting their communities from plastic waste.

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