NYPIRG

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According to the New York Public Interest Research Group, landfill operators may raise per-ton disposal rates, since the city has nowhere else to go.
But as Susan Craine of the New York Public Interest Research Group says: we simply cannot take risks with our children's lives.
An official with the New York Public Interest Research Group said the move was part of a possible compromise being negotiated between the beverage industry and the state over Gov.
These arguments were supported by members of a group called the Audi Victim Network and experts at two Ralph Nader shops, the Center for Auto Safety and the New York Public Interest Research Group. On the "60 Minutes" episode, Huber writes, Bradley introduces 30 million viewers to the demonic Audi.
"The Senate and Assembly should have made restoring funding to community colleges and financial aid their number one priority," said Miriam Kramer of the New York Public Interest Research Group.
The New York Public Interest Research Group released a study last week showing that nearly one-third of 213 New York City neighborhoods are unfairly assessed for one-, two--and three-family home property tax assessments.
Laura Haight, senior environmental associate of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) and BBBBC coordinator, says the coalition hopes to build on the success of the current bottle bill by expanding its reach to other non-carbonated beverages.
In the 20 June 2000 New York Times, Laura Haight, of the New York Public Interest Research Group, said, "This is a major step forward for people who want to protect themselves and their families from pesticides."
After being denied access, Stern turned to the New York Public Interest Research Group, which, threatening legal action, succeeded in getting Stern her records.
Blair Homer of the New York Public Interest Research Group questioned whether a test can be fair and useful.
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