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Result | Public Health

Convincing McDonald’s and Subway to protect public health

In 2015, bolstered by the support of more than 100,000 members and supporters, we convinced both McDonald’s and Subway to take action to protect public health. In March, just two days after we delivered more than 30,000 petitions to McDonald’s headquarters, the company announced that they would stop serving chicken raised on medically-important antibiotics. And in October, after more than 100,000 called on the chain to take action, Subway announced a similar policy for all the meat they serve.

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Result | Higher Ed

Protecting students from unfair bank fees

We helped win protections for students from unfair fees associated with campus bank accounts. The new rules, released by the U.S. Department of Education, ban some of the worst and most predatory fees that students encounter from banks.

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Blog Post | Public Health

A Sub-stantial Achievement | Steve Blackledge

On October 20, Subway announced its plan to phase out antibiotics from its entire meat supply. This victory is just the next step of our mission to save antibiotics.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Public Health

CoPIRG, Activists Hold ‘Thank You’ Events in Front of Subway

On October 20th Subway announced that it is making the shift to serving meat raised without antibiotics. The sandwich giant will serve only antibiotic free chicken by the end of 2016, with a shift on turkey by 2019, and pork and beef completed by 2025. The decision came in anticipation of a petition delivery to headquarters of more than 270,000 petition signatures by CoPIRG staff and other advocacy groups.

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News Release | U.S. PIRG | Transportation

New House Transportation Bill Raises Serious Concerns

After many months of negotiation, today the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is sitting down to mark-up a new transportation authorization and funding bill, known as the Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2015

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News Release | CoPIRG | Health Care

656 Participate in Forums about CO Health Benefit Exchange

640 Coloradans participated in CoPIRG-organized forums designed to raise the voice of Coloradans around the design and implementation of the Colorado Health Benefit Exchange. 

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Media Hit | Health Care

Healthy Input

To this point, state Senate Bill 200 has probably been best known locally as the measure that divided Monument Rep. Amy Stephens, the bill's sponsor, from the most anti-"Obamacare" members of her Republican Party. But the exchange, signed into law in June, actually exists as more than a political issue.

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Media Hit | Health Care

Local Health-care education is urged

The more people and small employers know about the provisions of the Affordable Care Act, the easier it will be for them to find the best health-insurance plan for themselves or their employees, an organizer for the Colorado Public Interest Research Group said Monday.

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Thousands Missing Out on Energy Rebates

A new report shows thousands of Coloradans are missing out on energy savings because of the side of the street that they live on. The scenario that plays out across the state, including in Grand Junction where Xcel grids meet Grand Valley Power grids.

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The Other Side of the Street, Energy Cost Savings

A new report shows thousands of Coloradans are missing out on energy cost savings based on what side of the street they live on.

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