The National Consumers League sent a letter in support of the draft merger guidelines that the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission proposed in July of this year. The guidelines reflect an approach to antitrust enforcement that is grounded in statute and judicial precedent and are a significant improvement from the narrower focus of previous enforcement regimes.
Today, the National Consumers League (NCL) urged the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance to favorably report S.1963, or the College for All Act of 2023.
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NCL recently submitted comments regarding the Proposed Rule, Medication Guides: Patient Medication Information, that we believe will greatly improve the information patients receive with their prescription medicines.
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The National Consumers League NCL recently submitted a letter to the U.S. House and Senate leadership expressing our collective support for PBM reforms to improve consumer and patient access to biosimilars.
Last week, the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee advanced the five-year reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration. The legislation does contain some victories for consumers, it does not contain the deep reforms of an uncompetitive industry that are sorely needed.
Reports of scams tied to cryptocurrencies drove a significant increase in median losses in 2022, according to the National Consumers League’s annual Top Ten Scams report. The report, published annually, analyzed more than 3,500 consumer fraud complaints filed with NCL’s Fraud.org campaign last year.