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Patricia Kelmar
Director, Health Care Campaigns

 It’s time for Congress to enact a common-sense solution to bring down drug prices

Electric vehicle batteries can serve as a key source of storage for renewable energy. Zero-emission school buses are the perfect application

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Ed Mierzwinski
Senior Director, Federal Consumer Program

In a new report, we question whether “Buy Now Pay Later” plans make “no fees or interest!” claims that may not be true. We find that you might be billed for canceled or backordered items, but neither the merchant nor the BNPL provider may take responsibility. You can file a comment in the CFPB’s BNPL inquiry until March 25th. Get our BNPL tips.

Cover image: Courtesy iStock by B4LL, used under license

In 2021 and so far this year, we've seen a stream of children’s sleepwear recalls.

These short-term installment plans are filled with landmines. Here are some tips to avoid the interest and fees that often come with these "deals."

Dark patterns are one way apps and websites steer consumers into making the choice that’s right for the app or website but wrong for the consumer.

 | by
Teresa Murray
Consumer Watchdog

Every day during the first week of March, PIRG is providing consumer protection tips and tools to help Americans address some of the most common consumer issues.

 | by
Teresa Murray
Consumer Watchdog

Mistakes on your credit report can cause a whole host of problems.