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  • Six months of damage: Trump’s corporate con job

    Six months after his inauguration, President Donald Trump’s administration has made a mockery of his populist campaign pledges, instead delivering a slew of giveaways to corporate America, with countless more in the works, a new Public Citizen report shows.

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    Read the report.

  • Republicans are denying justice to consumers ripped off by big banks

    Republicans in Congress are trying to kill the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) arbitration rule, which protects consumers from financial rip-offs by ensuring that financial institutions can be held accountable in court.

    Find out which Senate Republicans backing repeal took in millions in campaign contributions from the financial industry. Read Pubic Citizen's statement on the recent Congressional Review Act (CRA) vote in the U.S. House of Representatives to the repeal the rule.

    Learn more about the CFPB's arbitration rule and the CRA threat at our sister site, Rules At Risk.

  • Appellate court made wrong call in Exelon-Pepco takeover case

    In a loss for consumers, an appellate court has upheld (pdf) Exelon's takeover of Pepco.

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  • Public Citizen sues Trump Administration to prevent government collection of voter data

    Public Citizen sued the U.S. Department of the Army today to block the collection and dissemination of information about voters’ political parties and voting histories.

    Read the release.

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