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News Release | Ohio PIRG Education Fund | Budget

Michigan Beats Ohio in a Landslide in Government Spending Transparency

Ohio received a “D+” when it comes to government spending transparency, according to “Following the Money 2013: How the States Rank on Providing Online Access to Government Spending Data,” the fourth annual report of its kind by the Ohio PIRG Education Fund. 

News Release | Ohio PIRG Education Fund | Tax

Offshore Tax Dodging Blows a $707M Hole in Ohio Budget

COLUMBUS, February 11 – As advocates and policy makers across the state analyze the voluminous state budget proposed last week, the Ohio Public Interest Research Group (Ohio PIRG) released a new study revealing that Ohio lost $707 million due to offshore tax dodging in 2012. Many of America’s wealthiest individuals and largest corporations, including Kroger, P&G, and Cardinal Health in Ohio, use tax loopholes to shift profits made in America to offshore tax havens, where they pay little to no taxes.

News Release | Ohio PIRG Education Fund | Budget

Cincinnati Receives High Grade on Spending Transparency in Stark Contrast to Cleveland’s Low Score

Cincinnati received a grade of “B+” for spending transparency, according to a new report released today by the Ohio PIRG Education Fund. The report reviews Cincinnati’s progress toward comprehensive, one-stop, one-click budget accountability and accessibility.

News Release | Ohio PIRG Education Fund | Consumer Protection

FDA Protects Public by Releasing Two Long-Delayed Food Safety Rules; Five Critical Rules Still Yet To Be Released

After a one-year delay, the FDA finally released two vital food safety rules that will help protect American consumers from unsafe and contaminated food. The proposed rules will improve the safety of produce and establish better preventative controls and practices in food manufacturing.

News Release | Ohio PIRG Education Fund | Democracy

Ohio PIRG and Allies Mark Citizens United Anniversary, MLK Day With Large Rally, New Data on Election Spending

Today Ohio PIRG and Move to Amend joined with ally organizations to mark Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the third anniversary of Citizens United v. FEC with an event drawing attention to the threat of unlimited corporate and special interest money in politics.

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