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News Release | CoPIRG Foundation | Safe Energy

Thousands are Missing Out on Energy Cost Savings

Thousands of Coloradans are missing out on important energy costs savings program simply because of the side of the street they live on according to a new report released today by CoPIRG

News Release | CoPIRG | Food

Ag Subsidies Pay for 19 Twinkies per Taxpayer, But Only a Quarter of an Apple Apiece

Federal subsidies for commodity crops are also subsidizing junk food additives like high fructose corn syrup, enough to pay for 19 Twinkies per taxpayer every year, according to Apples to Twinkies, a new report by the state consumer advocacy group, CoPIRG.  Meanwhile, limited subsidies for fresh fruits and vegetables would buy less than a quarter of an apple per taxpayer.

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.

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.

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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