Latest Updates

Blog Post

Here's my statement in response to the passage of House Resolution 38, a bill instructing the House Budget Chair to reduce non-security discretionary spending to fiscal year 2008 level, or less, by a vote of 256-165.

More ›

In this report, U.S. PIRG has examined official research, data, and projections from independent sources, to provide a detailed picture of repeal’s impact on young adults. The evidence reveals that young people would face significant costs if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.

More ›
Blog Post

Here we are again, starting off a new term on campus, headed to the internet and to bookstores to get our textbooks.

Textbooks are expensive. Too expensive.

We work with students and faculty across the country and where we can, lawmakers to make textbooks more affordable by stopping unfair business practices by publishers that drive up the costs of higher education.

More ›
Blog Post

Earlier this month Congress acted to stop a huge cut to the Pell Grant program for next year.

The Pell Grant program is the cornerstone federal financial aid program, assisting close to 9 million students in paying for college.

More ›


Full-Time Jobs Available

Apply today with PIRG Campus Action. Start your career making a difference on environmental and social issues.