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Dos and Don'ts of Coronavirus Protection
Here are the steps you should and shouldn't take to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
Driving into debt
In much of America, access to a car is all but required to hold a job or lead a full and vibrant life. Generations of car-centric transportation policies — including lavish spending on roads, sprawl-inducing land use policies and meager support for other modes of transportation — have left millions of Americans fully dependent on cars for daily living.
Electric Buses in America
Following the Money 2019: Economic Development Subsidies
How states rate in providing online access to government spending data: Economic development subsidies edition
Food Recall Failure
Will your supermarket warn you about hazardous food?
Get the Lead Out
Ensuring safe drinking water for our children at school
Get the Lead Out: Back-to-school toolkit
A toolkit to help parents, teachers and school officials get the facts on lead in drinking water and take action to ensure safe drinking water at school
Getting Help Paying your Bills During COVID-19
Here's how you can manage your finances if you’re unable to cover all your expenses this month.
Glyphosate pesticide in beer and wine
Most of us take it for granted that the food and drinks we buy from the store are not putting our health at risk.
However, new research from public health groups and scientists from the past several years indicates that food and drinks are contaminated with glyphosate, the main ingredient in the weed killer Roundup. This is a potential health problem because in 2015 the World Health Organization found that glyphosate is a probable carcinogen. In 2017, the state of California also decided to list glyphosate as a probable carcinogen.
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