Health Insurers Pump $25 Million Into Campaign To Continue Price-Gouging And Passing On Unreasonable Costs to Consumers
SANTA MONICA, CA –Health insurance giants Kaiser, Blue Shield, Wellpoint/Anthem Blue Cross, Health Net, United Health and the California Association of Health Plans have now given over $25 million of policyholder money, including nearly $12 million this month, to the campaign against a November 2014 ballot measure that will prevent overcharges and misuse of premium dollars.
1/31/2014News ReleaseAnthem Increases Rates 25% As It Spends $12.9 Million With Parent Company WellPoint To Defeat California Ballot Initiative To Regulate Rate HikesSanta Monica, CA – Anthem Blue Cross and its parent company WellPoint have given $12.9 million to defeat a California... More >
8/4/2014News ReleaseSANTA MONICA, CA – Six health insurance companies financing the No on Proposition 45 committee have donated $37.3 million... More >
10/22/2014News ReleaseSmall Businessman Speaks Out About Anthem Blue Cross’ Unreasonable Rate Hike; Only Prop 45 Could Stop IncreaseSanta Monica, CA— The Department of Insurance today declared Anthem Blue Cross’s 9.8% rate increase on small business... More >
1/29/2014News StoryIn my 20 years as a practicing oncologist, I have seen way too many of my vulnerable patients fall victim to our current health... More >
10/23/2014News StoryOn Wednesday, California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones (D) called Anthem Blue Cross' premium increase for small... More >