January 10 | Issue 84: As government shutdown continues, data insecurity only grows
Europe is cracking down on the latest case of auto manufacturers duping consumers into buying what they think are eco-friendly cars. What's America doing about it? Unfortunately not enough
Today’s banking system is failing middle-class Americans. Postal banking could be an alternative that doesn't trap consumers in inescapable cycles of debt.
With the shutdown hurting millions of Americans and costing billions, one group is undoubtedly rooting for the shutdown to go on as long as possible: scammers.
For more than a century, NCL has led the charge to improve the lives of consumers and workers on the issues that matter most
NCL applauds Supreme Court rejection of Consumer Bureau challenge
NCL statement on drug importation legislation
Groups urge federal agency to protect consumers from deception in the live event ticketing industry
NCL applauds DC Council for taking action to protect consumers from deceptive fine print contracts
Consumer groups: DOT’s aviation consumer protection advisory committee tilted in favor of industry
Federal government shutdown a boon to scammers
Texas v. United States - How consumers can protect themselves amid threats to the Affordable Care Act
America’s consumers left out of latest Dieselgate compensation
Abrupt campus closures of major for-profit college exemplifies flaws
Will Congress stand by after another mega-breach?
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