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August 2017

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We‘re Proud to Join the Nation‘s Soldiers for Justice

There are a lot of extraordinary people and organizations dedicated to protecting the safety and legal rights of Americans. Of course our brave clients who decide to stand up for their rights are the first line of defense in holding corporations and powerful special interests accountable. Then there are those legislators and public servants throughout the nation who hold strong for consumer rights and protections. This month we highlight several national organizations that have stood unfailingly for civil rights and safety for all of us regardless of party or politics. Check them out!
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These Justice Organizations Lead the Fight to Protect the Safety, Rights of All Americans

Every year for the Justice Served Awards issue, we celebrate injured people and their families who have stepped up to make America a safer, more just nation. This year, we’re shining a bright light on the organizations that tirelessly support and advocate for all Americans.

BY THE NUMBERS

#1 Cause

Unintentional injury is the number one cause of death to children in the United States. Safe Kids Worldwide works to prevent these serious injuries.
 

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ProPublica – What Sets Them Apart?

In this short video, learn more about the nonprofit and nonpartisan investigatory journalism organization ProPublica.

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TAKE ACTION

Join the Consumers Union Policy and Action Team to help create policy and legislation that keeps all Americans safe.
 

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