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Other legislative achievements during his term include the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act which made sweeping reforms to the U. S. healthcare system, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act which implemented several new financial regulations to prevent another major financial crisis, and the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act.
Chandler has voted in favor of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009, against the Dodd – Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and the Troubled Asset Relief Program, against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, against Cut, Cap and Balance Act and for funding the State Children's Health Insurance Program.
Since taking control of the U. S. Senate in 2006, Democrats have accused Republicans of filibustering almost every proposal, and, hence, requiring 60 votes to pass any legislation ( e. g., the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ).
He is the founder and President of the National Alliance of State Health CO-OPs ( NASHCO ), which includes all “ Consumer Operated and Oriented Plans ” authorized and funded under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. 1 He is also co-founder and vice-chair of the Montana Health CO-OP, one of the first CO-OPs to be approved for funding by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. 2 Morrison is senior partner of Morrison, Motl and Sherwood, a public interest law firm based in Helena, Montana. 3

Consumer and Rights
* World Consumer Rights Day ( International )
A request for reviewing the WARF patents 5, 843, 780 ; 6, 200, 806 ; 7, 029, 913 US Patent and Trademark Office were filed by non-profit patent-watchdogs The Foundation for Taxpayer & Consumer Rights, and the Public Patent Foundation as well as molecular biologist Jeanne Loring of the Burnham Institute.
; 6 Consumer Rights
* Digital Consumer Enablement, a misnomer for Digital Rights Management
Now Arnoldwatch. org, a project of the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights, which is a nonpartisan organization that is critical of both Democrats and Republicans, called Davis a " pay to play " politician and a " sellout ".
* Consumer Bill of Rights
* Privacy Rights Clearinghouse a Consumer Education and Privacy Rights Advocacy organization
EPIC also publishes Privacy and Human Rights, Litigation Under the Federal Open Government Laws, The Public Voice WSIS Sourcebook, The Privacy Law Sourcebook, and The Consumer Law Sourcebook.
EPIC also publishes several books on privacy and open government, including Privacy and Human Rights, Litigation Under the Federal Open Government Laws, Filters and Freedom, The Public Voice WSIS Sourcebook, The Privacy Law Sourcebook, and The Consumer Law Sourcebook.
* Digital Media Consumers ' Rights Act of 2003 Hearing ( PDF )-transcript of the May 12, 2004 hearing before the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection
From 2002 to 2005 she was chairman of the Bundestag's Committee on Consumer Protection and Agriculture, and since 2005 she chairs the Committee for Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid.
The Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights contends that Kaiser continues to oppose HMO arbitration reform.
She is the Labour spokesperson for the Christchurch Earthquake Recovery, Civil Defence & Emergence Management, Consumer Rights & Standards, and associate spokesperson for Justice.
She is currently a member of the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection ( IMCO ), Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development ( AGRI ) and Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality ( FEMM ).
Catherine is currently Labour's Euro-Spokesperson on Consumer Rights and is the only Scottish MEP on the prestigious economic and monetary affairs committee.
Students are also involved in over thirty student organizations and six distinguished law publications: Annals of Health Law, Children ’ s Legal Rights Journal, Consumer Law Review, International Law Review, Loyola University Chicago Law Journal, and Public Interest Law Reporter.
* Consumer Watchdog ( USA ), formerly the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights
Maloney first introduced the " Credit Cardholders ' Bill of Rights " or ( the Credit CARD Act of 2009 ) while serving as Chair of the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit, in the 110th Congress.
However, a challenge against some US stem cell patents is being litigated by two non-profit organizations: The Foundation for Taxpayer & Consumer Rights and Public Patent Foundation along with molecular biologist Jeanne Loring of the Burnham Institute.
After this disclosure The Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights sent a letter to the Senate stating that Perata's payments for consulting work looked " like a complex and illegal money-laundering mechanism.
* March 15-World Consumer Rights Day

Consumer and Advisory
President Franklin D. Roosevelt revived the Advisory Commission to World War I Council on National Defense on May 29, 1940, to include Price Stabilization and Consumer Protection Divisions.
He previously served on the boards of Williams College, KCET Public Television, The California Community Foundation, Leadership Education for Asian-Pacifics, the Consumer Advisory Committee of the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Walt Disney Concert Hall, and of the Harvard-Westlake School.
To combat this, Michael Young, research director for the Labour Party, proposed setting up a ' Consumer Advisory Service ' to be considered for the party's 1950 manifesto, only to be rejected by Harold Wilson.
His daughter, Percy Maxim Lee ( 1906 – 2002 ) became President of the League of Women Voters of the United States and was appointed by President Kennedy to the Consumer Advisory Council, which she later chaired.
Distinguished Service Award, by the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, in 1981 ; Governor's Award as Legislator of the Year, by the North Carolina Wildlife Federation, in 1985 ; Award of Excellence, by the Triangle J Council of Governments, in 1985 ; Distinguished Service Award, by the Research Triangle Group of the Sierra Club, in 1986 ; Service Award, by the Orange-Chatham Alliance for the Mentally Ill ; Triangle Conservation Award, by the Triangle Land Conservancy, in 1987 ; Consumer Advocate of the Year, by the North Carolina Consumers Council, in 1987 ; Honorary Citizenship of the City of Raleigh, by Mayor Avery Upchurch, in 1987, for efforts in the passage of the phosphate detergent limitation ; Resolution of Appreciation, by the Governor's Crime Commission, in 1987 ; Service Award, by the Joint Orange Chatham Community Action, Inc. Board of Directors, in 1988 ; Service Award, by the North Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club, in 1988 ; Legislative Award, by the North Carolina Chapter, American Planning Association, in 1989 ; Legislative Award, by the N. C. Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the N. C. Pediatric Society, in 1989 ; Appreciation Award, by the Chatham County Advisory Council of the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service, in 1990 ; " Best Bets For 1990 ", by the Center For Policy Alternatives, Sustainable Growth Program, in 1990, " For Leadership in Reducing Environmental Hazards by Sponsoring Legislation to Establish Free Disposal Sites for Used Tires "; Service Award, by the Environmental Quality and Natural Resources Committee of the Southern Legislative Conference, in 1991, " In Appreciation For His Outstanding Leadership As Chairman .... 1989-1991 "; Recycling Merit Award, by the North Carolina Recycling Association in 1991 ; Appreciation Award, by the North Carolina Property Mappers Association, in 1993 ; Jake Alexander Public Service Award, by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Students Against Driving Drunk, and the Governor's Highway Safety Program, in 1993 ; Distinguished Service Award, by the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, in 1996 ; Legislator of the Year, by North Carolina Citizen Action, for " your years of outstanding leadership and dedication to the fair protection of North Carolina families, workers and environment ", in 1996 ; Certificate of Commendation, by the North Carolina Psychiatric Association, for " persistence and legislative commitment to improving mental health in North Carolina ", in 1997 ; Governor's Award as Legislator of the Year, by the North Carolina Wildlife Federation, in 1998 ; Friend of Education Award, by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Association of Educators, in 1999 ; Public Service Award, by the Child Care Services Association, for " outstanding advocacy and service on behalf of young children and their families ", in 2003.
Goode was also a member of the Crowther Committee on Consumer Credit, the Monopolies and Mergers Commission and the DTI Advisory Committee on Arbitration.
NERA ’ s economists are experienced in a broad range of industries and specialize in practice areas including: Antitrust and Competition ; Auctions ; Bankruptcy ; Class Actions and Class Certification ; Commercial Litigation and Damages ; Communications ; Consumer Protection in Financial Services ; Corporate Governance and Compliance ; Employment and Labor ; Energy ; Environment and Climate Change ; Financial Institutions and Banking ; Financial Risk Management ; International Arbitration ; Health Care and Life Sciences ; Insurance ; Intellectual Property ; Mass Torts and Product Liability ; Postal Services ; Regulatory Economics ; Risk Advisory Services ; Securities and Finance ; Statistical Sampling and Analysis ; Survey Research, Design, and Analysis ; Transfer Pricing ; Transport ; Valuation ; and Water.
He served as Trustee and chairman of the Executive Committee of the Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention ; chairman of the Birmingham Consumer Advisory Council ; a member of the Board of Management-Five Points YMCA ; Trustee of the Birmingham Fabricating Company-Birmingham Bolt Company Bargaining Unit Employees Pension Fund ; a member of the Education Committee of the Alabama Real Estate Committee ; the Research Committee of the Birmingham Area Chamber of Commerce and the Alabama Post Secondary 1202 Commission-Task force III.
Other important organizations formed in the same era were the New Deal programs aimed at promoting economic recovery after the Great Depression by increasing consumer representation in the market, with the Consumer Advisory Board within the National Recovery Administration and the Consumers ' Counsel within the United States Department of Agriculture being notable among them.
He was a member of the Board of Trustees for the Urban Institute in Washington, D. C., the Board of Directors for the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the Consumer Affairs Advisory Committee of the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the San Diego Financial Review Panel.
The most significant were the Consumer Council of the Ministry of Food and the Women's Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Reconstruction.
After many complaints from the community and event promoters the DFT ( Department of Fair Trading ) and CCAAC ( Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory Council ) conducted a survey discussing scalping issues and released The Ticket Scalping Issue Paper for NSW.
several U. S. governmental agencies including the Office of Foreign Missions, United States Commission of Fine Arts, the District of Columbia Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, and the Advisory Neighborhood Commission.
He was a Member of the Advisory Council of the National Consumer Council and Forum for the Future.
The Boskin Commission, formally called the " Advisory Commission to Study the Consumer Price Index ", was appointed by the United States Senate in 1995 to study possible bias in the computation of the Consumer Price Index ( CPI ), which is used to measure inflation in the United States.

Consumer and Commission
In addition, because biomedical engineers often develop devices and technologies for " consumer " use, such as physical therapy devices ( which are also " medical " devices ), these may also be governed in some respects by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
In Australia, Trade is covered under Australian Treasury Guidelines for electronic commerce, and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission regulates and offers advice on how to deal with businesses online, and offers specific advice on what happens if things go wrong.
The FDA frequently works in conjunction with other federal agencies including the Department of Agriculture, Drug Enforcement Administration, Customs and Border Protection, and Consumer Product Safety Commission.
On 27 May 2009, Caltex Oil Australia Ltd. announced it would be acquiring 302 Mobil service stations in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Adelaide, subject to approval of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Paint manufacturers began replacing white lead pigments with the less toxic substitute, titanium white ( titanium dioxide ), before lead was banned in paint for residential use in 1978 by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.
* Consumer Product Safety Commission ( U. S .)
On May 20, 2005, Apple and the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of some Apple PowerBook G4 batteries.
The Crown's immunity may also apply to other parties in certain circumstances: see Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Baxter Healthcare.
79. 1 — From the Federal Communications Commission Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau
Other U. S. federal government agencies based in the county include the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ( NOAA ), Nuclear Regulatory Commission ( NRC ), U. S. Department of Energy ( DOE ), the National Institute of Standards and Technology ( NIST ), the National Naval Medical Center ( NNMC ), U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission ( CPSC ) and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency ( NGA ).
In a follow up study released in June the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission ( CPSC ) found traces of asbestos fibers in three crayons and larger amounts of transitional fibers which can be misinterpreted as asbestos
In 1997, the staff of the CPSC, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, examined and issued a recall for some Kinder Surprise illegally brought into the US with foreign labels.
In 1997, the staff of the CPSC, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, examined and issued a recall for some Kinder Surprise illegally brought into the US with foreign labels.
Throughout 2010 and 2011 a number of authorities around the world including the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the Bank of Namibia and the Central Bank of Lesotho have declared TVI Express to be a pyramid scheme.
In 1994, the AMA, American Lung Association, US EPA and US Consumer Product Safety Commission published a booklet on indoor air pollution that discusses MCS, among other issues.
In the US following passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the U. S., Commodity Futures Trading Commission ( CFTC ) has proposed regulations aimed at limiting speculation in futures markets by instituting position limits.
By July 2013, the business and housing components of BTH will be consolidated with the consumer components of SCSA to form the new Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency ; the remainder of SCSA and the Technology Agency will merge into the new Government Operations Agency ; and the transportation components of BTH along with the formerly separate California Transportation Commission will become part of the new Transportation Agency.
Australia's telecommunications market was formally opened to full competition in July 1997, with removal of restrictions on the number of licensed operators and anti-competition mechanisms ( replaced by general competition law under the oversight of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ).
From January 2000 through September 2005, the Consumer Product Safety Commission ( CPSC ) received 50 reports of incidents involving finger amputations, lacerations, and other severe injuries from paper shredders.
The Act is administered and enforced by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
In response to concerns expressed by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, however, eBay has since removed the policy on the ebay. com. au website requiring sellers to offer PayPal as a payment option.
In Australia, where the same products were on sale, GlaxoSmithKline issued a statement one week before the New Zealand court case confirming labelling discrepancies on its Ready to Drink range to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, and undertook to remove all references to vitamin C from its labels.
Perc, however, was incidentally the first chemical to be classified as a carcinogen by the Consumer Product Safety Commission ( a classification later withdrawn ).

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