Paul Burns, director of the Vermont Public Interest Research Group, agrees with Sanders that there's no guarantee such universal coverage will be in place two years hence.
What does VPIRG stand for?
VPIRG stands for Vermont Public Interest Research Group
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The Vermont Public Interest Research Group (VPIRG) recently announced the release of a new report, titled "Driving Global Warming: Commuting in Vermont and Its Contribution to Global Warming," which finds that transportation is the leading source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the state.
Few people would have accused him of being a progressive governor in Vermont," says Paul Burns, executive director of the Vermont Public Interest Research Group (one of the network of consumer and environmental advocacy groups founded by Ralph Nader).
You actually cannot tell if your plastic bottle is made of polycarbonate plastic," says Dave Rapaport, executive director of Vermont Public Interest Research Group.
says Anthony Pollina of the Vermont Public Interest Research Group.
Finding Clean Milk Dave Rapaport, executive director of the Vermont Public Interest Research Group, notes that since labeling requirements vary state by state, consumers may find it difficult to find milk labeled rBGH free in the supermarket.