Blog

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Grace Brombach
Consumer Watchdog Associate

Only four out of 20 major chain stores studied still allow customers to shop without face coverings

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Matt Wellington
Director, Public Health Campaigns

Maine's COVID-19 response sets an example for other states.

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Teresa Murray
Consumer Watchdog

Here’s a guide to your rights depending on how you pay

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Danielle Melgar
Make It Toxic Free Campaign, Advocate

As we approach Mesothelioma Awareness Day on September 26 amidst a pandemic that is keeping many school children home for another academic year, we should take the opportunity to clean up our school buildings of toxic threats, including asbestos, a known cause of mesothelioma.

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Grace Brombach
Consumer Watchdog Associate

From requiring masks, to blocking middle seats, to cleaning between flights, not all airlines are taking equal steps to protect passengers

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Patricia Kelmar
Director, Health Care Campaigns

It’s probably been over six months since your last dental appointment. Should you return for your check up?

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Gina Werdel
Make It Toxic Free, Associate

Wild fires in the West have created some of the worst air quality of anywhere in the world right now. This isn't just an issue for children or people with pre-existing conditions, it's a health risk for everyone.

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Cailyn Nagle
Director, Affordable Textbooks Campaign

The U.S. Department of Education is distributing $7 million in grants to support open textbook creation and adoption. Here's what you should know before you apply.

Unnecessary costs for course materials, such as paying for access codes, are making a bad situation worse. 

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Anne Marie Green
Right to Repair Campaign, Associate

There is one thing you won’t get with the new $1,399 Duo – the ability to fix it.