What to Know Before Buying a Gift Card

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By Remington Gregg, Public Citizen Gift cards are incredibly popular. They are also easy to buy and make great stocking stuffers and last minute presents. According to a 2017 National Retail Federation poll, “For the eleventh year in a row, gift cards remain the most popular items on wish...
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Net Neutrality: What’s Next and How We Win the Fight

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By Collette Watson, Free Press 1. FCC Chairman Pai will not have the last word. The Dec. 14 vote was disappointing but is absolutely not the end of this fight. Free Press and our allies — plus attorneys general across the country — will have plenty to say in court...
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By Overturning Specialty Healthcare, the NLRB Has Made It Harder for Workers to Organize

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By Marni von Wilpert, Economic Policy Institute On Friday, the Trump administration’s appointees to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) once again made it more difficult for workers to join together and form a union, by overturning the Board’s standard for determining an appropriate...
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Defending Efficiency Standards: 2017 in Review

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By Lauren Urbanek, Natural Resources Defense Council America’s energy efficiency standards program has quietly been saving U.S. consumers trillions of dollars off their utility bills over the last 30 years, and there are plenty more savings to still to be achieved. While 2016 ended on a high...
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