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12/04/2013
Report

A review of data from the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration and Census Bureau for America’s 100 most populous urbanized areas – which are home to over half of the nation’s population – shows that the decline in per-capita driving has taken place in a wide variety of regions. From 2006 to 2011, the average number of miles driven per resident fell in almost three-quarters of America’s largest urbanized areas for which up-to-date and accurate data are available. Most urbanized areas have also seen increases in public transit use and bicycle commuting and decreases in the share of households owning a car. 

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11/26/2013
Report

The 2013 Trouble in Toyland report is the 28th annual INPIRG survey of toy safety. In this report, INPIRG provides safety guidelines for consumers when purchasing toys for small children and provides examples of toys currently on store shelves that may pose potential safety hazards. 

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11/19/2013
News Release

A new report by INPIRG found that the most complained-about credit reporting agency in Indiana is Experian, and that Indiana ranks #42 nationally in credit report complaints per 100,000 residents.

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11/19/2013
Report

Since the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau began collecting complaints about credit reporting in October 2012, the CFPB has recorded more than 10,000 complaints about credit reporting.

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NWI Times

"Thanks to the complaints database, consumers who get ripped off or misled by their banks can make their voices heard and get satisfaction," said Alec Sprague, a federal advocate for INPIRG. "Other consumers can view the public database and make smarter, more informed financial choices. By providing a roadmap for navigating the tricks and traps of the financial marketplace, this database is another way the (bureau) gets real results for consumers."

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Indiana Daily Student

The Indiana Public Interest Research Group, or INPIRG, unveiled its new campaign “So, you need health insurance. Now what?” at a press conference Thursday. “A student no longer has to face the situation I did,” Thompson said. “It is now possible for a student to receive affordable and even government-subsidized health care.”

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Indiana Daily Student

One semester away from graduating, Duane Thompson was rushed to the...

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Courier-Journal

The budget fights in Washington, D.C., Frankfort and Indianapolis are...

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