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News Release | RIPIRG | Democracy

Court ID Decision Burden to Students

Today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in Crawford v. Marion County Election Board upholds an Indiana state law that requires voters to present a state issued photo identification. In a 6 to 3 decision, the Court determined that voter fraud takes precedence over burdens the law places on voters.

News Release | RIPIRG | Consumer Protection

Students Support Fair Campus Credit Card Marketing Principles

Students overwhelmingly support limits on campus credit card marketing, according to the results of a nationwide RIPIRG survey of more than 1,500 students at 40 colleges in 14 states.

News Release | RIPIRG | Transportation

Local Leaders Call for Transit Vision

Efforts to improve Rhode Island’s public transit system received a boost today as Providence Mayor Cicilline, Lincoln Senator Connors, the Sierra Club and other supporters held an event at Waterplace Park calling for approval of financing and citing a major new report on oil savings and other benefits from public transportation across the country. The RIPIRG report, A Better Way to Go: Meeting America’s 21 st Century Transportation Challenges with Modern Public Transit, examines the challenges faced by America’s transportation system and the benefits of existing rail and bus projects in Rhode Island and other Southern New England states.

News Release | RIPIRG | Consumer Protection

House Adopts Independent Ethics Oversight

Statement of Gary Kalman, Director of U.S. PIRG’s Federal Legislative Office: The House of Representatives voted tonight to establish an independent Office of Congressional Ethics.

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