KGO ABC TV-7, SF - California Prop. 33 Could Change Car Insurance Rates
Should the rules be changed for auto insurance companies doing business in California? That is the central question voters are being asked with Proposition 33. And the measure is complex.
Harvey Rosenfield wrote and shepherded the passage of Prop. 103, while George Joseph is the founder and chairman of Mercury Insurance. The two have been adversaries for decades, and the fight has been joined again, this time over Proposition 33 where Joseph is the major financial backer.
8/11/2012Blog PostThe Mercury Insurance initiative’s lawsuit to stop the Attorney General and us opponents from telling the truth about... More >
9/18/2012ArticleThe politics and the arguments of Proposition 33 are going to seem very familiar. The owner of Mercury Insurance wants to loosen... More >
9/19/2012ArticleCalifornia voters have a basic question to answer when deciding Proposition 33, a self-interested initiative funded by... More >
8/13/2012News ReleaseCourt Rejects Second Challenge to AG’s Neutral Ballot Language By Insurance Industry Backers of Prop 33Santa Monica, CA – The California Third District Court of Appeal summarily denied an appeal filed by the Mercury Insurance-... More >
8/17/2012News ReleaseLong Term Unemployed Targeted Under Prop 33 For Rate Hikes – NY Times Front Page Report Shows Face of Californians In Crisis Hurt By Ballot MeasureLos Angeles, CA --- A front page story in the New York Times about hundreds of thousands Californians who have been... More >