Records of the Center for Public Representation (CPR), a non-profit organization described as a combination law firm, training center, ombudsman, and publishing house which serves as an advocate for consumers, the elderly, families, and those with low incomes on a wide variety of issues. Included are questionnaires, surveys, research reports, correspondence, and case files on topics such as insurance, used cars, equal rights, nursing homes, the environment, re-integration of ex-offenders, and patient rights, among others.
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