July 8 -- Consumer Alert's Executive Director Frances Smith appeared on Fox News Channel to discuss the exaggerated health benefits of organic foods.
July 12 -- CA Policy Analyst James Plummer appeared on Direct Line on the Renaissance Network in a wide-ranging discussion on privacy issues.
July 24 -- CNN CNN
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July 25 -- CA Board Member Carol Dawson's letter, "The Best Ally for Consumers," about CPSC Chair nominee Mary Gall ran in the Washington Post.
July 27 -- Smith's letter "Restricting Technology Can Be Risky" about NGO NGO
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July 30 -- Carol Dawson was interviewed about Mary Gall's nomination on WBUR (Boston -- National Public Radio).
July 31 -- Smith and Plummer's op-ed "Gallic War" about the Gall fight appeared on National Review Online.
Aug. 2 -- Smith debated a U.S. PIRG PIRG Public Interest Research Group representative on Washington, DC's WUSA WUSA Women's United Soccer Association
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Aug. 2 -- Smith appeared on CNN to discuss the end of the Prozac patent, generic drugs generic drug, a drug sold or prescribed under the nonproprietary name of its active ingredients or under a generally descriptive name rather than under a brand or trade name. , and implications for consumers.
Aug. 2 -- Later that same day, Smith appeared on CNN in a taped piece about product-safety regulations.
Aug. 10 -- Newsbytes, an online publication of the Washington Post, ran a story on the new website nccprivacy.org and quoted Plummer.
Aug. 15 -- National Journal's Congress Daily reported on the launch of www.nccprivacy.org
Aug. 16 -- Plummer appeared on Tech TV's TechLive to discuss cell-phone jamming.
Aug. 20 -- Information Week ran Plummer's op-ed "Don't Regulate Free Data Exchange" and, on their website, named www.nccprivacy.org site of the week. His editorial appeared opposite Senator Dianne Feinstein's (D-CA).
Aug. 20 -- Human Events quoted CA's CPSC Monitor and author Dawson along with CA Advisory Council member Terry Scanlon extensively on Mary Gall in the article, "Hillary's Ann Brown Ann Leslie Brown (1943-1999) was an educational psychologist who developed methods for teaching children to be better learners. Her realization that children's learning difficulties often stem from an inability to use metacognitive strategies such as summarizing led to profound : Gone, not forgotten."