Barbara Anthony, Undersecretary of the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation
The December 2009 edition of the Consumer Insider is now available (Download December_2009_Newsletter_Final). The latest newsletter includes updates on the Patrick-Murray Administration’s efforts to reform small business health insurance (including Governor Deval Patrick’s announcement event, photo right), tips for tenants when dealing with winter weather, and some good things to keep in mind when looking for a health club.
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All I Want for Christmas is Price Scanning Accuracy posted on Dec 19
The Massachusetts Item Pricing Law was written to ensure that food retailers remained consistent and accurate in how they charge consumers. Since its last update in 2013, the law has been extended to cover consumer-use price scanners and automated check out systems. The Division of …Continue Reading All I Want for Christmas is Price Scanning Accuracy
Storing Your Stuff Over Winter Break? Consider Where and How. posted on Dec 16
Did you know that the metropolitan area of Boston proper alone has about 60 colleges and universities? Once final projects, papers, and exams are completed, many of the undergraduate residents will have to temporarily move out of their dorms or apartments over winter break. Since …Continue Reading Storing Your Stuff Over Winter Break? Consider Where and How.
Winter is coming… Stay Warm in your Apartment this Season. posted on Dec 9
Actually, winter has begun and the cold weather is here. Our puffy jackets and heavy coats help us fight the chill outside until we warm up indoors. Your apartment is unlikely to be that cozy haven though, if your heating system is broken or not …Continue Reading Winter is coming… Stay Warm in your Apartment this Season.