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Los Angeles Times: Federal data-breach bill would replace dozens of stronger state laws

"California has some of the strongest laws in the country protecting consumers from identity theft," said Emily Rusch, Executive Director of the California Public Interest Research Group. "The last thing Congress should be doing is tying the hands of states."

Media Hit | Public Health

ABC News: Super-Sized Changes to the Golden Arches' Chicken Menu

Coverage of the McDonalds' announcement that they will stop serving chicken raised with antibiotics that are important to human health. "[Factory farms] are giving antibiotics daily to animals, in food and water, to prevent illnesses and promote faster growth. This is unnecessary, inappropriate and makes all of us less safe," said Emily Rusch with CALPIRG. 

FCC's net neutrality plan alarms critics, but it's nothing new

"For more than 20 years, wireless phone companies have not only survived but thrived under similar FCC rules for voice communication," said Emily Rusch, executive director of the California Public Interest Research Group. "The FCC's new proposal on broadband protects an open Internet for all consumers."

Media Hit | Transportation

Why own a car when you can share one?

CALPIRG Education Fund's recent report, the Innovative Transportation Index, found that San Francisco is a national leader in innovative ways to get around town, second only to Austin, Texas.

Media Hit | Public Health

California Antibiotics Bill Closer to Becoming Law

On Monday, the California Assembly passedSenate Bill 835 to ban the use of antibiotics for growth promotion and require a veterinarian prescription for a livestock antibiotic.

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