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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Health Care

New Report: Gaps in Medical Research Result in Poorer Care and Higher Costs

A new report released today by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund finds that for the majority of medical conditions, no studies exist that determine the most effective course of treatment among all the available options.

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Report | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

The Facts About Comparative Effectiveness Research

As Congressional and public debate over health care reform grows more intense, comparative effectiveness research (CER) has emerged as an unlikely flashpoint of controversy. Opponents’ claims that CER results in the rationing of health care or a government takeover are belied by the true nature of such research: it is simply fundamental scientific research of medical treatments aimed at determining the most effective ways to treat sickness and injury.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

Traffic Congestion Negatively Impacts Arizona

According to data released today, Arizonans in the Phoenix metropolitan area wasted over 80 million hours of additional time stuck on the roads, and 57.2 million gallons of additional gas as a result of traffic congestion in 2007.  Tucson residents wasted 17 million hours in traffic delays, wasting 10.9 million gallons of gas as a result of traffic.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

Funding Decisions Missed Opportunity to Make Progress on Transportation

A new report based on official data of the states’ American Reinvestment and Recovery Act transportation funding decisions thus far found that Arizona failed to capitalize on an opportunity to invest in a 21st Century Transportation System.

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Report | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

Arizona and the Stimulus

June 29th, 2009 marks the 120-day deadline for Arizona and the other states to commit at least 50% of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act’s (ARRA) $26.6 billion in transportation funds. It provides a vantage point to examine how states are using the money, with a particular focus on the $527 million apportioned to Arizona.

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