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Mouse Print* -- Are King's Hawaiian Sweet Rolls Really Made in Hawaii?
MrConsumer has never tried King's Hawaiian sweet rolls that many people rave about. But, some not-so-happy consumers did buy them only to discover that rather than being made in Hawaii as they thought, they came from a California factory. So they sued the company. Are their claims half-baked?
That is our Mouse Print* story this week.
Credit Card Issuers Ranked
J.D. Power surveyed 28,000 credit card holders about the benefits and services they are receiving from their issuer. For big issuers, AMEX came in first place. For medium size banks, Goldman Sachs (a new entrant with the Apple Card) blows away the compeition. Here are the full lists.
States Ranked from Healthiest to Least Healthy
A new analysis by Boston University reveals which states are the healthiest and least healthy. They evaluated 10 factors including healthcare access, physical health, community support and food access. The healthiest state is Massachusetts, and the least healthy is Mississippi. How healthy is your state? See the full list.
How Right to Repair Could Save You Money
Congress and a number of states have "right to repair" bills before them. These proposed laws would give independent repair shops and others access to parts and product repair materials so you no longer have to go the manufacturer for their expensive repairs. This WSJ story explains "right to repair" and how much it could save you.
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