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News Release
11/4/2014
Posted by Consumer Watchdog

Santa Monica, CA - TV stations in a dozen California markets skipped coverage of consumer friendly Propositions 45 and 46, despite the fact that $100 million from insurance companies flooded stations with advertising revenue. The ballot measures hold insurance...
News Release
11/3/2014
Posted by Consumer Watchdog

Santa Monica, CA – Consumer Watchdog today warned voters that insurance companies had spent more than $100 million on deceptive advertising opposing pro-consumer Propositions 45 and 46.   “The $100 million campaigns bankrolled by insurance companies...
News Release
10/28/2014
Posted by Consumer Watchdog

SANTA MONICA—Spanish language newspaper La Opinion endorsed Prop 45 over the weekend joining more than a dozen other newspapers supporting Yes on 45 on behalf of six million individuals and small businesses that health insurance companies are price gouging on...
News Release
10/16/2014
Posted by Consumer Watchdog

SANTA MONICA, CA – Health Insurer HealthNet has chipped in nearly $5 million to defeat Prop 45 in a sign that the health insurance industry fears rate regulation that a yes vote on the proposition would bring, Consumer Watchdog said today. The insurance pot...
Courtroom Case
8/15/2011
Posted by Consumer Watchdog

Fighting to Redress Overcharged Consumers After Merger of Wireless Giants (Coneff v. AT&T Corp.) U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, No. 2:06-cv-00944-RSM U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, No. 09-35563 Following the 2004...
Issue
3/9/2011
Posted by Consumer Watchdog

Revolutions in America start in the streets and end with changes in corporate boardrooms, in Capitol hearing rooms and at the ballot box. Big changes seem to happen quickly, but in fact they are the results of long, hard-fought campaigns that are strategically...
Courtroom Case
2/4/2011
Posted by Consumer Watchdog

Consumer Watchdog is representing a former Farmers Group, Inc. customer ("Intervenor") who is challenging portions of a $455 million settlement of a national class action lawsuit against Farmers. (For the most up-to-date information about this case, see...