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Edinboro businesswoman visits Washington to discuss health-care reform

Zimmer is one of about 110 small-business owners traveling to Washington, D.C., to see their respective congressional leaders. Their trip is an effort by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group to show Congress that these business people want health-care reform.

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Report | PennPIRG Education Fund and Media and Democracy Coalition | Consumer Protection

A Public Interest Internet Agenda

Connecting our entire nation via high-speed broadband will bring remarkable economic, social, cultural, personal, and other benefits. Robust economic development, job creation, improved health care at lower costs, enhanced educational opportunities, increased homeland security and public safety, reduced energy consumption and pollution, a reinvigorated democracy and more open government – these are just a few of the benefits that will flow from our nation linking its entire population to the Internet at broadband speed.

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News Release | Health Care

Amid Bad Economy, Rising Health Cre Premiums Slam Consumers, Small Business

PHILADELPHIA, PA, Sept. 14 – Even as Americans struggle with a recession and the highest unemployment rate since 1983, health insurance companies have jacked up their premiums again.

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News Release | Health Care

Local Small Business: “If I Ran My Business the Way Health Care Does, I’d Have to Shut My Doors”

Philadelphia, PA Oct. 7, 2009— Pennsylvania small business owners are being crushed by rising health care costs according to a new report released by the Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group today.

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News Release | Health Care

Survey: Small Businesses Crushed by Rising Health Costs

Philadelphia, PA, July 21, 2009— Pennsylvania small business owners are being crushed by rising health care costs, and feel left out of the current health care debate in Washington, according to a new report released by Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group on South Street in Philadelphia today.

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