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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...
News Release
9/5/2012
Posted by Jamie Court
Santa Monica, CA --The nonprofit Greenlining Institute acknowledged in a San Francisco Bay Guardian story published today that it received a $25,000 donation from Mercury insurance company, and expects more for its work in support of Mercury-backed Proposition 33. Prop 33 is funded by Mercury insurance's billionaire chairman George Joseph and...
News Story
9/1/2012
Posted by Mark Reback
Proposition 33 on the Nov. 6 ballot is an industry-backed plan to change California law affecting the price of car insurance. The Star recommends a "no" vote on Proposition 33 because its negative effects would outweigh any benefits to drivers and the public. The ballot measure's major financial backer, to the tune of millions of...
News Story
8/29/2012
Posted by Mark Reback
If approved in November, Proposition 33 would allow auto insurers to offer discounts to new customers who have had continuous coverage for the past five years. Sound familiar? It should. The initiative is a reincarnation of Proposition 17, which was shot down by a narrow margin in June 2010. It now rises from the dead, equipped with some changes...
News Release
8/13/2012
Posted by Carmen Balber
Santa Monica, CA – The California Third District Court of Appeal summarily denied an appeal filed by the Mercury Insurance-backed Prop 33 campaign seeking to strike part of the impartial Ballot Label and Title and Summary prepared by California’s Attorney General. The decision was the campaign’s second failure in two days to...
News Story
8/13/2012
Posted by Mark Reback
The language for an automobile persistency initiative will stand after the California Third District Court of Appeal on Monday denied an appeal filed by the backers of the Proposition 33 campaign seeking to strike part of the ballot language, including the label and title and summary. The label and summary were prepared by California’s...
Blog Post
8/11/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
The Mercury Insurance initiative’s lawsuit to stop the Attorney General and us opponents from telling the truth about Proposition 33 – how it will raise auto insurance rates – got tossed out of Sacramento Superior Court last Thursday. The Mercury campaign asked the court to rewrite the Official Ballot Pamphlet, which is sent to...
News Release
8/8/2012
Posted by Carmen Balber
Santa Monica, CA – A Sacramento Superior Court will hear arguments tomorrow on a lawsuit by Mercury Insurance Company billionaire George Joseph and his Prop 33 campaign to remove criticism of Prop 33 from the official ballot arguments and hide from voters the fact that Proposition 33 will allow insurance companies to surcharge California...
Feature
11/8/2011
Posted by Consumer Watchdog Admin
What do newspapers all over California have in common? They all say No on Prop 33, the deceptive insurance company initiative that will raise rates on good drivers. Click here to send an email to your friends, or use the share buttons above to email and post to Facebook, Twitter and your favorite social network today.   Editorial: No on 33...