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11/5/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
For the last 25 years, I've worked day and night to keep insurance rates low here in California. That's why I'm OPPOSED to PROP 33, the Mercury Insurance Company Initiative…and I need your help to get the word out. Prop 33 will allow insurance companies to raise rates on good drivers who've done nothing wrong. It legalizes huge surcharges (...
Blog Post
10/24/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
In an open letter today, the California Nurses Association and Consumer Watchdog challenged the billionaire financiers of Propositions 32 and 33 to a public, televised debate. Will Charles Munger Jr. and George Joseph defend the measures attacking working people that they’ve spent $39 million promoting? Or will they continue to hide in the...
Blog Post
10/22/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
Incredible! With two weeks until Election Day, the insurance billionaire behind Prop 33 finally admitted his auto insurance initiative will raise rates on new customers. Los Angeles Times columnist Mike Hiltzik drew the admission from Mercury Insurance Chairman Joseph in Sunday’s newspaper. When the billionaire writing the $16 million...
News Story
10/18/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
Click here to read the original editorial from the Stockton Record. Measure would most likely raise rates on auto insurance for everyone A red flag should go up when one person, group or company is the sole sponsor and sole underwriter of a ballot measure. That's what we've got with Proposition 33, a measure on the Nov. 6 ballot that we...
News Story
10/18/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
Click here to read the origial editorial from the Chico News-Review. Proposition 33 is just a retread of an earlier loser, 2010’s Proposition 17 Remember Proposition 17 on the November 2010 ballot? That was the lemon that would have allowed auto insurance companies to charge higher rates for drivers whose coverage had been interrupted for...
News Story
9/6/2012
Posted by Mark Reback
Meet Kyle. He's a college student. He's focused on getting good grades and saving enough money to afford the rising costs of college. Like many of his classmates, he doesn't drive a car because it's cheaper to ride a bike and use public transportation. If Proposition 33 passes, when Kyle graduates and finds a job that requires a...