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  • By Protecting Forage Fish, Oregon Can Help Boost Ocean Health

    It’s not every day that representatives of sport fishing, commercial fishing, and conservation organizations can find common ground. Yet when it comes to maintaining a cornerstone of a healthy Pacific Ocean, the three of us are in full agreement. While we may have differing views on some fishery management policies, we know that a productive ocean benefits everyone—from those of us... Read More

  • Pew Applauds Expansion of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument

    HONOLULU—The Pew Charitable Trusts joins partners in Hawaii and the scientific community in praising today’s announcement by President Barack Obama that the United States has expanded the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Marine National Monument, also known as Papahānaumokuākea, to 582,578 square miles (1.5 million square kilometers). Read More

  • For Prepaid Card Customers, Overdraft Is the Problem—Not the Solution

    Approximately 37 million adults in the United States, a number roughly equivalent to the population of California, do not have a checking account. Some have never relied on traditional banking, while the majority was part of the banking system at one time and subsequently stopped using financial institutions. The primary reason these “unbanked” consumers gave up on traditional bank... Read More

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