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News Release | OSPIRG Foundation | Health Care

Effective Health Exchange Key to Lower Costs

Oregon policy-makers can address rising health care costs by implementing an effective health insurance exchange, according to a new policy brief released today by consumer advocacy group OSPIRG.

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Report | OSPIRG Foundation | Health Care

Building a Better Health Care Marketplace: Ensuring Accountability

The creation of a new health insurance exchange offers states an opportunity to improve health care and lower costs by pooling consumers’ bargaining power, creating economies of scale, and pushing insurers toward delivering lower costs and higher quality.

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Blog Post | Transportation

OPB & High Speed Rail | David Rosenfeld

I was on OPB’s Think Out Loud this morning talking about high speed rail. Big thanks to OPB for featuring this important topic. I had three short opportunities to comment, during which I made the following points...

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News Release | OSPIRG

Testimony for the U.S. House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Listening Session: Vancouver, WA

There are many ways to meet our diverse transportation challenges here in Oregon. We encourage Chairman Mica and the members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee to prioritize both investing in Oregon's inter-city rail and freight system and to take a "fix-it-first" approach, and prioritize fixing our crumbling infrastructure before building new highways.

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Media Hit | Budget, Tax

Transparency needed on those who received tax credits

Anyone who was paying attention to the news about a Texas trucking company that reaped millions of dollars in Oregon’s green energy tax credits — but actually produced little (if any) environmental benefit — has got to love the “transparency in government act” in the Oregon House.

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