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Congress Moves to Prioritize Corporate Profits over Health and Safety Article
Men adjust a crash dummy with an inflatable seat belt on a demonstrator at Ford Motor Co., November 2009. ((AP/Paul Sancya))

Congress Moves to Prioritize Corporate Profits over Health and Safety

Congress is considering legislation that would force federal agencies to prioritize corporate cost savings over public health and consumer safety.

Myriam Alexander-Kearns, Alison Cassady

First Prepaid Cards, Then the Rest of Your Wallet Article
A woman pays at a store in Colma, California, on November 28, 2013. (AP/Jeff Chiu)

First Prepaid Cards, Then the Rest of Your Wallet

Americans’ finances are in danger from regulatory rollbacks against the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Joe Valenti

The Threat to Title X Family Planning Fact Sheet

The Threat to Title X Family Planning

The Title X Family Planning Program is a cornerstone of ensuring affordable access to women’s health care and must continue to be supported.

Kiersten Gillette-Pierce, Jamila Taylor

The Trump Administration’s Two-Pronged Assault on Public Health Article
Carter Howard watches a cartoon during his asthma treatment in Northbrook, Illinois, on October 15, 2013. (AP/Charles Rex Arbogast)

The Trump Administration’s Two-Pronged Assault on Public Health

Congress and the Trump administration aim to roll back environmental protections while repealing the Affordable Care Act—making Americans sicker while taking away their access to affordable treatment.

Myriam Alexander-Kearns

Deregulation Nation: Congress Wants to Let Corporations Take Charge Article
Visitors tour the Rotunda on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, November 15, 2016. (AP/Susan Walsh)

Deregulation Nation: Congress Wants to Let Corporations Take Charge

Congress is not only trying to remove vital federal regulations that protect Americans and their interests from big businesses, but also block agencies from making new ones.

Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza

The Oil and Gas Companies Suing to Pollute Without Limits Report

The Oil and Gas Companies Suing to Pollute Without Limits

Oil and gas companies affiliated with a lawsuit to block the Environmental Protection Agency’s limits on methane pollution wasted enough methane to power 4 million homes in 2015.

Erin Auel, Alison Cassady, Julie Katsnelson

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