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Arizona's New Frontier

Over the past few decades, Arizona’s population has skyrocketed. This population growth has not been matched by public transportation investment, and Arizona’s resulting dependence on cars is hurting the state. High and wildly fluctuating gas prices add to Arizonans’ economic woes, traffic congestion wastes valuable time and energy, and our cars and trucks produce pollution that harms Arizonans’ health and contributes to global warming.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

New Report Highlights Arizona's 21st Century Transportation Needs

Citing a surge of support for public transportation in Arizona, a new report by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund, Arizona’s New Frontier: Moving Our Transportation System into the 21st Century lists a selection of light rail, heavy rail, bus and other projects needed to keep Arizona moving.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Tax

Report Recommends Closure of Off-Shore Tax Havens for Corporate America

According to Tax Shell Game, a new report released today by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund, major U.S. corporations avoid as much as $100 billion a year in federal taxes by hiding profits in foreign countries.  This loophole results in over $1.3 billion in additional tax burdens for Arizona taxpayers.

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Report | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Safe Energy

The High Cost of Nuclear Power

Nuclear power is among the most costly approaches to solving America’s energy problems. Per dollar of investment, clean energy solutions -- such as energy efficiency and renewable resources -- deliver far more energy than nuclear power.

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News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund | Safe Energy

Report Shows Building New Nuclear Plants Is A Bad Investment

According to The High Cost of Nuclear Power, a new report by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund, the nuclear industry has proposed thirty new reactors across the country at an estimated cost of $300 billion.  The report states that if the $300 billion was invested in energy efficiency over the next 20 years the same level of electricity would be used as today even with demand increasing by 20 percent.

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News Release | U.S. PIRG

Everyone should assume that their social security number has been exposed between this breach and breaches of other major companies’ databases, such as Equifax’s. With that in mind, U.S. PIRG recommends all Americans should use their right by law to freeze their credit reports for free

News Release | U.S. PIRG Education Fund

Our response to Equifax paying a $650 million penalty for exposing the social security numbers of 148 million Americans to identity theft.

Report | Arizona PIRG Education Fund
News Release | Arizona PIRG Education Fund

A new report card from the Arizona PIRG Education Fund issued Arizona a failing grade for missing the opportunity to kick-start electric transportation and infrastructure through its use of funds from Volkswagen’s nearly $3 billion settlement.

News Release | U.S. PIRG Education Fund

Fisher-Price recalled 4.7 million Rock n’Play baby sleepers on Friday. U.S. PIRG Consumer Watchdog Adam Garber issued a response: "“While we’re pleased that Fisher-Price is finally recalling these dangerous sleepers, 30 deaths in 10 years is 30 deaths too many and 10 years too late."

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