Dangerous or toxic toys can still be found on America’s store shelves, according to Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group’s 27th annual Trouble in Toyland report.
A new analysis of data through Election Day from the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and other sources by OSPIRG Education Fund and Demos shows how big outside spenders drowned out small contributions in 2012: just 61 large donors to Super PACs giving on average $4.7 million each matched the $285.1 million in grassroots contributions from more than 1,425,500 small donors to presidential candidates.
[Washington, DC] According to exit polls issued by national media outlets, the youth share of the electorate increased to 19 percent in 2012 over 18 percent in 2008.
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Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group students gathered at the...
EUGENE, Ore. -- Every year, Oregon uses 1.7 billion single-use plastic...
The Legislature sacked a proposal for a...
Sunday, November 6th, 2011, about 30 students from across the Pacific Northwest stopped by five different sororities and fraternities around the UO campus to help tenants weatherize and save electricity.
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