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Dear Friends,
Thanks to you, our recent alumni events have been great successes, and it's been wonderful to see you and be in touch. Thank you so much for your generous support along the way!
NYPIRG continues to drive public attention to the key issues of the day and have a real and positive impact on policy — from environmental protection, to consumer rights, to higher education affordability, to government accountability, and so much more.
Of course, for all of this, the support of our alumni and friends is crucial. Now more than ever, we need your assistance as we grow NYPIRG bigger and better. Please make your vital, tax-deductible contribution today to help us keep fighting and winning.
We'll keep you informed of upcoming events and opportunities to get involved, and I hope to see you soon. Thanks again!
Sincerely,
Blair Horner
Executive Director
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NY State Shortchanges Tobacco Control  (WAMC, August 10, 2020)
New York sets drinking water safeguards  (The Oneida Daily Dispatch, 8/8/2020)
Amid pandemic, concerns grow about consumer protection  (Albany Times-Union, August 8, 2020)
How Democrats’ redistricting amendment could give them more power  (City & State, August 4, 2020)
Shopping Smart For Medicines  (WAMC, August 3, 2020)
Dozens of elected officials statewide oppose new Danskammer power plant  (Mid-Hudson News, July 31, 2020)
NYPIRG Analysis: Legislature’s Productivity Down This Session  (New York State of Politics, July 28, 2020)
Blair Horner: Lawmakers Return To Albany For An "End" Of Session  (WAMC, July 27, 2020)
Several Enviro Bills Await NY Gov's Signature  (WAMC, July27,2020)
New York Senate Republicans’ bid to repeal Cuomo’s emergency powers denied by Democrats  (The Center Square, July 27, 2020)
Five closely watched bills passed by state lawmakers in Albany this week  (North Country Public Radio, July 24, 2020)
Q And A: What's Up With Redistricting?  (Spectrum News, July 23, 2020)
State Democrats move to sharply change how legislative districts are drawn  (The Buffalo News, July 23, 2020)
A Round and a Roundy: The MTA’s ‘Parade of Horribles’  (Streetsblog, July 23, 2020)
Voting Protections Are Still Needed  (WAMC, July 20, 2020)
This time, Election Day could turn into Election Month  (Newsday, July 18, 2020)
Census delays from coronavirus pandemic could leave less time for remapping of N.Y.'s Congressional districts  (WABC News 10, July 15, 2020)
Advocates, New York Lawmakers Raise Concern About Drinking Water Quality  (WSKG, July 15, 2020)
Drinking Water Standards Face Delay  (Spectrum News, July 15, 2020)
Advocates, New York Lawmakers Raise Concern About Drinking Water Quality  (WSKG, July 15, 2020)
News Archive
News Release: NYPIRG Releases Report Showing That New York Has Collected Over $40 Billion From Tobacco Companies
Report: Falling Short — New York’s Tobacco Control Program and the Need for More Support
NYPIRG Applauds NY's Decision to Close Fracking Waste Loophole
News Release: NYPIRG Urges State Lawmakers to Review and Improve Drug Pricing Program
Report: Shop Smart or Pay More — A Guide To Prescription Drug Pricing in New York
Tale of the Tape: NYPIRG’s 2020 Legislative Review
NYPIRG Announces Gene Russianoff Retires
Report: The Case for Closing the Fracking Waste Loophole
NYPIRG Applauds Passage of Bill Closing Fracking Waste Loophole
100+ Organizations Urge Cuomo to Ban PFAS Burning in Cohoes
Release: 100+ Organizations Urge Cuomo to Ban PFAS Burning in Cohoes
Reform Groups Have Urged The Governor And The Legislative Leaders To Curtail Governor's Emergency Powers And Reconvene The Session To Do The People's Work
Group statement on NY Legislature increasing police transparency by repealing Civil Rights Law 50-a
NYPIRG Joins Over 50 Organizations in Calling for New York to Reclaim the Stock Transfer Tax
Rock the Absentee: Vote by mail for Primary Election Day 6/23
NYPIRG Applauds New York's Decision to Reject the Williams Pipeline
NYPIRG Statement on NY Attorney General's Lawsuit on the EPA Dirty Water Rule
NYPIRG Urges Governor Cuomo and Lawmakers to Return to Session and Act on Key Issues
More Than 70 Organizations Call for Moratorium on Water Shutoffs
NYPIRG Statement on State Environmental Budget
Reports & Features Archive