The Growing Rise of Megacompanies Hurts Consumers and Damages Our Democracy

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By Remington Gregg, Public Citizen This month, Apple became the first publicly-traded American company to reach $1 trillion in market value. It is now one of the most powerful companies in the world both in revenue and in the share of the market that it holds. In 2017, Apple took home 79%...
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Is Scientific Integrity Safe at the USDA?

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By Karen Perry Stillerman, Union of Concerned Scientists Science is critical to everything the US Department of Agriculture does—helping farmers produce a safe, abundant food supply, protecting our soil and water for the future, and advising all of us about good nutrition to stay healthy. I...
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CPR, Public Interest Allies Call on EPA to Abandon ‘Benefits-Busting’ Rule

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By James Goodwin, Center for Progressive Reform Earlier this week, 19 Member Scholars with the Center for Progressive Reform (CPR) submitted comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that provide a detailed legal and policy critique of the agency’s...
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