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10/1/2012
By Erik Anderson, KPBS/KQED (San Diego, CA)
California voters are getting a chance to tweak the state’s car insurance rules when they consider the fate of Proposition 33. The November ballot item asks voters to change the way car insurance rates are calculated in California. The measure proposes tweaking current rules to allow companies to consider a driver’s insurance...
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9/28/2012
Editorial, LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM
Click here to read the original editorial from the Long Beach Press-Telegram. Didn't Californians already vote down Proposition 33 -- the measure to make changes to the state's auto insurance law on the Nov. 6 ballot? Essentially, yes -- in June 2010 when voters defeated Proposition 17. The electorate didn't buy the pitch then that...
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9/28/2012
Editorial, RIVERSIDE PRESS-ENTERPRISE
Click here to read the original editorial from the Riverside Press-Enterprise.   Time does not make a bad idea better. Prop. 33 on the November ballot is a retread of a special-interest measure voters rejected two years ago. The new version deserves the same fate; voters should just say no to Prop. 33. This ballot measure would let auto...
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9/27/2012
Editorial, SAN GABRIEL VALLEY TRIBUNE
Click here to read the original editorial from the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. DIDN'T Californians already vote down Proposition 33 - the measure to make changes to the state's auto insurance law on the Nov. 6 ballot? Essentially, yes - in June 2010 when voters defeated Proposition 17. The electorate didn't buy the pitch then that...
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9/27/2012
Editorial, SANTA CRUZ SENTINAL
Click here to read the original editorial from the Santa Cruz Sential. Proposition 33 on the Nov. 6 ballot is a testament, or an indictment, of one auto insurance company's dogged pursuit of recruiting customers while charging more to Californians who are either buying policies for the first time or have let their coverage lapse. This...
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9/24/2012
Editorial, LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS
Click here to read the original editorial from the Los Angeles Daily News. Didn't Californians already vote down Proposition 33 -- the measure to make changes to the state's auto insurance law on the Nov. 6 ballot? Essentially, yes -- in June 2010 when voters defeated Proposition 17. The electorate didn't buy the pitch then that...
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9/24/2012
Editorial, THE FRESNO BEE
Click here to read the original editorial from the Fresno Bee.   California voters have a basic question to answer when deciding Proposition 33, a self-interested initiative funded by billionaire George Joseph, founder of Mercury General Corp. Should Mercury and other auto insurance companies be allowed to charge higher rates for people who...
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9/24/2012
Editorial, SAN BERNARDINO SUN
Click here to read the original editorial from the San Bernarndion Sun. Didn't Californians already vote down Proposition 33 - the measure to make changes to the state's auto insurance law on the Nov. 6 ballot? Essentially, yes - in June 2010 when voters defeated Proposition 17. The electorate didn't buy the pitch then that Mercury...
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9/24/2012
Editorial, SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE
Click here to read the original editorial from the San Diego Union-Tribune. Proposition 33 sounds good, billed as an easy way to increase competition between auto insurers and to produce lower rates for California’s drivers. But after lengthy discussions with proponents, opponents and independent insurance experts, we have come to believe...
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9/22/2012
Editorial, NORTH COUNTY TIMES
Click here to read the original editorial from the North County Times.   Anyone who has read these pages at all over the past 15 years, since the North County Times was founded out of the merger of the Blade-Citizen and Times Advocate, knows well that we pretty strongly favor a deregulated market where consumers decide winners and losers...