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10/26/2012
Posted by Consumer Watchdog Admin
Consumer Watchdog Founder and Prop 103 author Harvey Rosenfield discusses the auto insurance rate hikes consumers will face if Prop 33 passes. The measure is backed by Mercury Insurance chairman George Joseph, who placed a similar measure on the 2010 ballot. Voters rejected that initiative, called Prop 17.
News Story
10/26/2012
Posted by Mark Reback
I am a senior citizen. I live on a fixed income. I'm voting No on Proposition 33 because it will raise automobile insurance rates on law abiding Californians like me, who have a health problem that keeps them off the road for a period of time. Ten years ago, after living in pain for years, I had my hip replaced. I dropped my auto insurance for...
News Story
10/26/2012
Posted by Mark Reback
Rising from the grave, stalking the public, refusing to die –that’s the “Night of the Living Dead” scenario used in tongue-in-cheek new web ad to paint the picture of “millionaire zombies” behind Props. 32 and 33 on the November ballot. With just two weeks until election day, the Halloween theme has been tapped in an effort to get out a message...
News Story
10/26/2012
Posted by Mark Reback
Click here to listen to the audio of this radio broadcast segment. If Proposition 33 sounds familiar, it should. The measure is almost identical to a statewide proposition that was narrowly defeated two years ago. And just as in 2010, the Yes campaign is funded almost entirely by George Joseph, the founder and chairman of Mercury Insurance. Joseph...
News Release
10/25/2012
Posted by Carmen Balber
SANTA MONICA, CA -- Proposition 33 would legalize a discriminatory auto insurance pricing scheme and allow insurance companies to raise rates on drivers solely because they had a break in auto insurance coverage. Drivers having financial difficulties in this recession and those in low-income communities of color will be hardest hit if Prop 33...
Video
10/25/2012
Posted by Consumer Watchdog Admin
Jamie Court details the fate of Californians if the deceptive Prop 33 is passed.
News Story
10/25/2012
Posted by Mark Reback
Proposition 33, a proposal to offer discounts to car insurance customers even if they change companies, is another attempt by Mercury Insurance to manipulate the marketplace. Mercury Chairman George Joseph is bankrolling the initiative, contributing almost all of the $16.6 million campaign fund. Opponents have raised $222,800. Joseph also financed...
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10/24/2012
Posted by Consumer Watchdog Admin
These zombie propositions by two California billionaires just won’t die! Propositions 32 and 33 are repeat attempts by two super-rich individuals to take money and power from working people. Please click here to send an email to your friends, or use the share buttons above to post our zombie attack flick on Facebook, Twitter or your favorite...
News Release
10/24/2012
Posted by Carmen Balber
Santa Monica & Oakland, CA – Nurses and consumer advocates challenged Charles Munger Jr. and George Joseph, the two billionaires behind Props 32 and 33, to a public debate on the merits of the ballot measures they have together spent $39 million to promote. Props 32 and 33 will hurt working people in California, but the two reclusive...
News Story
10/24/2012
Posted by Mark Reback
Click here to read the original editorial. Our view: When in doubt on propositions, vote no, but a handful of measures on the Nov. 6 ballot bring needed changes. The state's initiative process is empowering for regular citizens, but it's fairly easy to get poorly worded propositions on the ballot, as we see every election cycle. Our usual...