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21st Century Transportation
Getting New Hampshire's state transportation priorities on track.
Ban Bee-Killing Pesticides
Millions of bees are dying at unprecedented rates, with real consequences for our food supply, environment and economy. We rely on bees to pollinate everything from broccoli to strawberries to the alfalfa used to feed dairy cows. Simply put, no bees means no food. Given what’s at stake, we must do more to stop the bee die-offs and help them rebound.
It's clear. Unless and until it's proven safe, we should ban Roundup.
Wall Street, Big banks, and their allies in Congress are working to strip away vital consumer protections we rely on every day.
Looking out for consumers, from bank fees to toxic toys.
Democracy For The People
Stanching the flow of special interest money in our elections.
We’re committed to a vision of a healthier future. A future where all families and communities have access to clean air, and safe drinking water. Where the food we eat is not only good for us, but it’s grown in ways that are good for the planet. A future where we are secure in the knowledge that we can all live healthy lives.
Make VW Pay
VW cheated the public and must be held accountable.
PIRG Consumer Watchdog
For more than 40 years, we’ve been educating consumers how to protect themselves and their rights. We fight to get dangerous products off store shelves, to end exploitative practices, and ensure a level playing field in the marketplace. And we advocate for new rules, institutions and policies to defend consumers from the economic and political power of special interests. Right now, our Watchdog team is focused on consumer threats from data breaches to dangerous toys.
Tools & Resources
Defend the CFPB
Tell your senators to oppose the “Financial CHOICE Act,” which would gut Wall Street reforms and destroy the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as we know it.
Your donation supports NHPIRG's work to stand up for consumers on the issues that matter, especially when powerful interests are blocking progress.