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Report | NHPIRG Education Fund

The Small Business Solution

Last fall, NHPIRG researchers went door to door, and interviewed over 200 small business owners about their health care concerns. Small business owners answered an anonymous survey and were invited to share their related experiences.

Report | NHPIRG Education Fund | Budget

Following the Money 2012

Over the past two years, the number of states that give citizens access to their state’s checkbook has increased from 32 to 46.
This report is NHPIRG Education Fund’s third annual ranking of states’ progress toward “Transparency 2.0” – a new standard of comprehensive, one-stop, one-click budget accountability and accessibility. The past year has seen continued progress, with new states providing online access to government spending information and several states pioneering new tools to further expand citizens’ access to spending information and engagement with government.

Report | NHPIRG | Democracy

Auctioning Democracy

 

Today NHPIRG Education Fund and Demos released a new analysis of the funding sources for the campaign finance behemoths, Super PACs. The findings confirmed that since their inception in 2010, Super PACs have been primarily funded by a small segment of very wealthy individuals and business interests, with a small but significant amount of funds coming from secret sources.

Report | NHPIRG Education Fund

Too Close to Home

The drinking water for 3,921,516 could be at risk of radioactive contamination from a leak or accident at Seabrook, and 3,114,882 people rely on water intakes which are vulnerable to a leak at Vermont Yankee.

Report | NHPIRG Education Fund | Democracy

Representation Without Taxation

Marking the second anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision in the Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission case—which opened the floodgates to corporate spending on elections—this report takes a hard look at the lobbying activities of profitable Fortune 500 companies that exploit loopholes and distort the tax code to avoid billions of dollars in taxes.

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