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11/1/2012
Posted by Jamie Court
Revelations of discrimination by insurance companies are always shocking, but when they come out just days before a vote on an industry-sponsored ballot measure that would legalize unfair price increases and prejudice in auto insurance, Californians should pay particular attention. A former insurance agent from the Auto Club of Southern...
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10/16/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
Backers of Proposition 33 have run a series of TV ads depicting motorists who support the initiative, which would alter the way auto insurance premiums are regulated in California. Here is a text of one of the ads, and an analysis by Bee staff writer Dale Kasler. On-screen narrator: I'm Adriana, I have car insurance and I'm proud of...
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10/13/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
For a dozen years, the 91-year-old founder of a leading Los Angeles insurance company and an early disciple of consumer advocate Ralph Nader have been fighting over the right to offer many motorists a new discount. Now these two adversaries are at it again. This time the fight is over Proposition 33 on California's Nov. 6 ballot, and it's...
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10/11/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
We continue our look at next month’s California election ballot with Proposition 33. It would change state laws on auto insurance premiums. If you've been with the same car insurance company for five-straight years or more, you're probably getting some type of "continuous coverage" discount. But let's say you wanted to...
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9/28/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
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
Posted by Daniel Palay
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
Posted by Daniel Palay
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
Posted by Daniel Palay
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...
Blog Post
9/24/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
The Consumer Federation of America released a new report today assessing consumer views on the factors insurance companies use to set premiums around the country.  Not surprisingly, Americans think that insurance rates should be based primarily on motorists' driving safety record (87% and 85% of respondents believe rates should reflect a...
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9/24/2012
Posted by Daniel Palay
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...